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Fionna and Marshall Lee Fionna and Marshall Lee

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Very nice, good job!

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What Does The Fox Say What Does The Fox Say

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Great execution, excellent animation and good voice acting. There are no standardized or lame jokes.
This is a very solid short movie and it is a piece of art. You made it really easy to relate to the fox in such a short time - impressive!

We can only wish NewGrounds had more of these kind!

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FB2: The Naked Forever FB2: The Naked Forever

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Entertaining, fun and well done!

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Bioshock: Infinite Regret Bioshock: Infinite Regret

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Hey, nice animation. The sound should be a bit louder than it is though.
btw what version of God Only Knows is that?
Thanks, Uniporn

Bane IPhone Commercial Bane IPhone Commercial

Rated 0 / 5 stars

Hi, here are my thoughts about your animation. When I opened it I expected this animation to be either a parody of Bane or of I-phones but it was neither, in fact it was a poorly animated endorsement of I-phones with no actual arguments [So you just put Bane here because you thought it would be cool?]. On top of all this it's not that you badly impersonated Bane's voice, but it's that you didn't even try impersonating it. If you want better quality animations (I'll assume that's what interests you) then I would suggest first learning how to draw, in the beginning from books to gain general knowledge about it and after that you can enroll live drawing classes. I go to these classes once a week, the groups are fairly small (4-5 people) and most of the equipment you get there. The mentor will start you off with basics (ex. lamps, compositions, proportions) and as time passes you will do crock's, portraits and academy figures. This will be extremely useful for animating if you are doing frame-by-frame animation. If you are new to animation I would suggest doing simple tests with bouncing balls and sliding cubes to get a feel for proper timing (The most useful book in my life: The Animator's Survival Kit by Richard Williams). I would highly suggest buying a tablet if you plan to do more animations. I use Wacom's Intuos 4 large tablet and drawing with it is a breeze (of course it took some time to get used to it) but there are cheaper ones out there. When NG people see you putting some effort into your animations they will gladly offer you their voice acting talent and the final result will be overall much better. I hope my comment was helpful to you.

Good luck,

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