is a palindrome.
I'll take 20.
It's nice to see a nicely paced comedy piece that doesn't have constantly fast delivery of jokes.
Yes, fast delivery of jokes is funny but it gets old.
So this was definitely a nice change of pace.
Very nicely voiced and finely executed!
Loved the simplistic designs and smooth animation. :)
Great job overall.
Now you have shown us what you can do.
You've got the necessary skills and the tools to make this beautiful voyage through different mediums of animation.
But can you now use these skills to convey a story?
Something that we the audience can follow through these beautiful imagery and nicely rendered backgrounds?
From the way you used the music and the progression of the complexity of these simulations, I can tell that you know how to convey mood. You also know how to follow a visual and aural climax.
I can't wait for you to put these new learned skills to good use for your future projects. Also I appreciate your use of some nice post rock there. :D
I just had a moment of nostalgia...?
I don't know if that was intentional but is that supposed to be the guy from that really old Microsoft game called SkiFree?
Also I don't know why this is so entertaining to me.
It's almost hypnotizing and somehow funny at the end.
I think the ending is as unexpected as how this piece of flash made it to the front page.
Thanks to this I now have that music stuck in my head. :I
If a toucan.
What a sad life those piggies lead.
I'm right now trying to understand exactly what I watched here but I think that was your intended effect. But I know one thing for sure, I kinda feel bad for eating a toasted BBQ Pork sandwich today.
As demented and disturbing as this cartoon was, I really liked it. It's really awesome to see something so original and coherent. It was the style and its grotesque images that really makes this piece of work so memorable and so entertaining. It was a strange but awesome mixture of Jhonen Vasquez (and his obsession of pigs), Ren and Stimpy, Delicatessen (A surreal french film about a land owner who also owns a butcher shop that gives his tenants a "special treat") and Courage the Cowardly Dog (that disturbing but catchy song consisting of... bawks?).
I can really see that you really put your time and effort into this with each twitch and strange movements of the main pig. Great mixture of sound effects and atmosphere as well. I also loved how skewed everything looked.
It's a shame you couldn't enter this into film festival.
I'm sure you would've got some great attention from a lot of people.
A new possible TV show in the future?
Possibly. It already has it's own epic intro to it.
I wouldn't be surprised if this was to be turn into a TV show in the future.
Once again the comedic timing serves the piece well. It was funny to see the way Satan skip around with his gut hangin' out. In my opinion though, it would have been nice to see the trippin' balls scene expanded a bit more but then again, the punchline at the end was made funnier by the shortness of that scene.
Anyways, high quality voice acting, character design and over all pacing.
Hope to see more adventures of Leo and Satan in the future. :)
Now I know how to boss my Boss around.
For a flash animated short that was created in 25 hours, it is very impressive. I loved the characters' awareness of their video game like universe and their voice acting. It'd be funny if a fight with your boss actually went down like this. :)
All of those little 8-bit details you added to the background, sprites and the music really brought my nostalgic heart a tear to its metaphorical eye and a longing to play 8-bit video games. It's clever tributes like these that makes you really appreciative of the things of the past.
This has a potential to become a great fusion of Megaman and The Office in a form of a short series. I can just see it now. But next time as suggested by many of the optimistic reviewers, see if you can expand on this idea and make a lengthier episode. But it's all up to the creator now isn't it? ;)
Great job and I hope to see more awesome stuff from you.
Very well animated.
As short as this was, I loved how you animated the character.
It is very well synchronized with the recorded audio. Its rather impressive that this was all done through pixel art. Also love each of the facial animations and the gestures the character does. Very clear, distinct and specific.
I wish it was a bit longer though however I think I can connect with this animation. My hair gets like that when I don't cut it. It starts to get rather unruly.
Anyways, great job. My only complaint is the length.
Btw, great music choice. :)
A True Work of (dare I say) Cinematic Art.
Its hard to come by these kinds of animations now a days. Every single scene, every single frame, every single detail matters in this beautifully executed piece of Art. I just can't really describe how fortunate we, the audience, are to have gazed upon this sort of thing. All of things that I was able to observe, enjoy, feel and listen were so perfectly interwoven into a tapestry of sheer awesomness...
Well.. I guess you get the idea. I can't describe exactly how amazingly brilliant this piece of flash animation so I'll just say, thank you very much for sharing your hard work with us. We hope to see more awesome stuff from you. :)
The ultimate fan tribute this be.
You know that you're a truly devoted fan to something when you decide to create an 80s kids programming TV show intro with perhaps the best animation, backgrounds and music that I have ever seen or heard. Even the voices were top notch, great job to the cameos and of course to you Harry.
I loved the jokes the references and how you animated the characters. It takes a person with lots of patience to animate like this and I envy you for that. Amazing job, you have made lots of watchmen fans out there very pleased.
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