Something to show, nothing too good
There needs to be quite a few improvements to this (no offence). The bodies didn't have joints and didn't turn. The text to voice speech is annaoying and over-used, so it would be best to record them next time and the plot was very thin. It was also too quick.
Not a terrible Flash, just something that can easily be improved.
Yeah, this was my first, and I admit very quickly done, I'm working on learning to use flash better and such. Thanks for tips =)
My best 15 minutes on Newgrounds
I really enjoyed this one. The graphics were near flawless and the writting was very solid. I didn't like having to link to another game during the peloader as oppose to Decline 2. Some of the voices (Tom's for example) were a bit too sensitive and louder than the rest of the movie.
Besides a few minor flaws, that was a good movie and worth seeing even if you don't like the whole video game paridy thing (I don't usualy).
The world wasn't ready for this
I've been following the work of David Firth from 'Scribbler' to 'Salad Fingers', 'Burnt Face Man' to 'Panathonikos Bear' and I'm yet to see any flaws in humour, any cracks in the plot, any decline in originality or lack of consistantcy thereof.
'...Berries' is a worthy prequel to the often over-looked 'Roof Tiling' and is worth the time of anyone who can look beyond the monotonous; the violent, and yes - the pornographic.
Instead of tiresome moments, cheap shots at pop-culture and corners cut in development, you see a solid story with tasteful random humour thrown in for good mix and another trip into the psyce of this artistic mystery known as David Firth.
uneventful, yet beautiful
Well, for a flash made in a matter of hours, this is pretty good. What happened in London was a shame and shows that human beings are capable of actions that are un-justified.
The animation was very basic but of course, kept the emphasise on the message and the song was fitting.
Aside from being fairly uneventful, this is atleast worth your time to see and to feel for.
Everything you'd expect and more
When it comes to animated comedys, it's commonplace to compare show like CU to Family Guy and The Simpsons. But searching for similarities such as these takes away the brilliance of the series. The addition to music in scene transitions works well and the humour is slightly more diverse and more thought out than previous episodes. Forget plagiarism accusations and skepticism for a few minutes, sit down and let Newgrounds load up another classic.
Decent effort, fine results
When you see an animation like this, your feelings are as varied as those who watch them. The graphics are fairly simple with the classic shaking outlines which works well and the movie itself, although slightly uneventful, is still worth a look. Here's hoping uflog will continue animating and developing.
A great comeback
A fine return from an acclaimed author. Anyone who saw the origianl 'A New Bunny' will know what to expect. The second in the series is less crude and contains a more subtle sense of humour, which will attract more fans and dissapoint a less mature audience. There are abrupt jokes and hidden pedafilic enuendo, which were the strongest points and even a lesson of what animating is really about, but as long as you keep animating, we'll all be ok.
It was definatly worth seeing. A good gag and worth the effort you put into it.
thanks, its good to hear some godo feadback every now and them.... beats the hell out of these random im's im getting...like
"yOu n00b" "SPRITES RULE OMGZ ROFLHELICOPTER YOU SUCK!!11" and so on
I really enjoyed watching that. The only thing I thought would greatly improve it would be to make the movie a little more active: have more action-based stuff happening, because it seemed like nothing exciting was happening alot of the time, which made it a bit boring. Well done, looking forward to future episodes.
These klaymations seem to be getting better with each one. Even the audio seems better quality. Good one, Knox.
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