I gave this a five because it was well thought out and effectively executed. I really enjoyed the animation when it got going. The action was AWESOME! One note to the writer President Zen -- there is no point starting where you did. You need to start where the action begins with the vikings. I talked to a sci-fi writing agent who works with Orbitz you need to start with tension that will draw the audience in. I almost gave up on this animation as they were driving into town, because the build up didn't work.
Ha! Nice, the bit about the Epoxies reminds me of hangin' out at a strip club with Roxy Epoxy quite a while ago. She made fun of me for being a prude and kinda ignoring the strippers - I also have social anxiety weeeee. A cool lady otherwise. Thanks for bringing me back to a fun memory.
The pleasure is all mine.
ALL OF IT.
YOU GET NONE.
that tied my frontal lobe in knots..... woah.....gaaah...
oh god the way you animate them dancing craps me up LOL!
I thought it was a really solid piece of animation. The David Firth influence is definitely visible, but not overwelming. The voice acting & audio were good. The only thing that didn't work for me was the maniacal laugh and the end, it's just too generic. It's not creepy it reminds me of some silly Scooby Do type villian.... Otherwise good work
this was really great, but I thought the owner of the Peanuts copyright was a total fascist regarding his copyright. Unfortunately I don't think this will work out man..... I'd love to see an original idea though!
This animation was great. The aesthetics, pacing and storyboarding were perfect!
Why be so weirded out by strangers though? I studied music in college, so I'm just used to being kind of an oddball in general. I think when dealing with a new roommate you just have to lay your cards on the table. Crack your worst jokes, talk about your hobbies and just try to be comfortable with yourself. Then there is no room for passive weirdness.
That is good advice, I feel many people do try this approach. But this episode is this way for story reasons. The series is an attempt to talk about things people may feel or think, but don't want to admit or talk about openly.
Thanks for the comment!
I really, really liked this, the only thing kinda bugged me is that I felt the dialogue at the beginning was a bit over-written. The voice acting was perfect, but the actual language felt like something out of a Mark Twain book. Great work otherwise!!!
The dialogue could have been pretty funny if there was some actual animation associated with it....but nothing really happened. Please actually animate something before you submit
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