Very well done.
Judging by the art style and music I figured you were the one who made Less Than Three all those years ago. The animation was nice. It's nice to see that you are still about and animating things ^_^
Yessah~! That was me. :)
Moral: Beards are not to be trusted.
I'm following you into eternity now, keep it up.
The writing and screenplay (is there a better word for that?) were very smart and displayed keen sensibilities. The only drawback is that a lot of the voices sounded off or too low in volume. In my eyes, at this moment, this movie is perfect because of its simplicity combined with meaningful attention to the small amount of detail in any given scene, but I'm going to deduct a little off the top of the score for the audio. You did a lot with very little, and I respect that.
I had actually watched some of your stuff when they first came out way back when, and now that I'm revisiting old movies I realize how well your old stuff holds up today. I can say with certainty that I now look up to you as an animator. Best of luck on your current works!
Great animation, great music, did a good job capturing the theme, what more can one ask for?
By the way, the first time I was watching this and heard the Sophisticus song, the word "fisticuffs" came into my head and I thought it would be great for this song's lyrics - at that point I wanted so badly to find out that the word was used in the song, so when I saw the credits starting up I felt a bit disappointed... but suddenly within the credits he said it! Catharsis :)
Maybe I'm weird for having been so engaged but I'll always remember that moment every time I see this movie, regardless of how small and insignificant it may seem. Great movie and I hope to see more from you soon!
Yes, the animation is limited, but that's how it was intended. The focus is more on the writing, voice acting and music (intro), all of which are pretty damn good in my opinion (for quick entertainment and a couple of laughs). The art part is subjective, and the animation is done well enough to look at least semi-realistic even with a limited method. I love this series because of the way it never seems to take itself seriously, and it's a humorously different and yet cliche concept as well. What I really want to see now is larger settings and a more complex plot; this series still has untapped potential.
That was great! I found it especially funny because I played Ripto's Rage back in the day. It's so true, and at the very end Moneybags basically takes you for all you've got, forcing you to scrape the money together just for the chance to fight the last boss. I also liked the "That's not very 'Everyone'."
Solid cartoon. It's still funny out of context but it's at its most funny if you understand the context. Good luck on your next stuff and I hope to see more soon!
Keep it up guys, this series is starting to turn into something wonderful.
No complaints here, that kept me thoroughly entertained the whole way through. The voice acting was expressive, and the animation was sensitive to the vocal audio, resulting in a simple, yet expressive cartoon. I like that you gave us no context at the beginning, and yet you did such a good job on creating an impression with voice work and animation that it was still easy to follow when the revealing piece of dialogue was said.
Good work, and good luck on your next projects!
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