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"weird wild stuff" (but you have to say it like Johnny Carson)

love it great work!

YULFO83 responds:

hiyoooo! thanks bud

This is my favorite of your parodies, yet... great work!

YULFO83 responds:

Thanks bud!

I loved this... and I don't think I've ever seen an art style, setting, and music so perfectly mesh haha well done!

Butzbo responds:

That's great to know!, it took me a while to get things working together, specially finding appropiated music, thanks man!,

outstanding work! I love seeing experiments like this and the last skit made me laugh... HARD

YULFO83 responds:

D'aww thanks buddy.

i love the cryptic pose, daintily holding his cape, before he picks up the phone. great color palette too! don't think that gets appreciated enough in discussions of CG

BungalowBelf responds:

Ha, an accident I can assume you, old chum. Colour palettes are one of my blind spots and something I need to pay more attention to and study more. A happy accident! Thanks for the comment and rating!

that beginning gets me every time. awesome work!

BungalowBelf responds:

Thanks pal!

I really thought you'd turned a corner. I thought you had gone soft. But you proved me wrong with a subversively creepy and very Yulfo-esque unsettling movie. Thank you for that. Stay crazy

YULFO83 responds:

<3 <3 <3 <3


Silly? Check.
Violent? Check.
Raster backgrouns? Check.
Real-life picture joke? Check.
Hilarious? Check.
Great ending? Check.

That pretty much sums up what I'm thinking when I'm watching it. I love this short! Great work

YULFO83 responds:

you forgot educational !

You're disgusting... and I love it

YULFO83 responds:

thank you sir.


Those all look ridiculously good for averaging 1hr each between them. I fear both your powers and prepare for the reckoning.

Great work! I'm bummed I missed you both on Stickam, I just saw the post about it today; I would've loved to see what kind of workflow you had between the two of you... when things were decided, where you split to do your work, how many times, if any, you crossed paths again before compositing the final product.

Each was unique in feel and tone; a real exhibition of style!

JamesLee responds:

Next time we'll try to make more people aware of it before we start.

There were a few different workflows we took for different segments. Sometimes Hania would start with the music and I'd try to match, other times I'd do the animation and Hania would do the music after.

We had many brief meetings as we went (we were working in the same room), but we tried to keep these as brief as possible. Before we started we had a workflow somewhat planned so that ideas could form as easy as possible. It was very important that Hania created specific moods for each track, so I could more easily visualize a story/setting, without a lengthy discussion of what visuals would suit the music.

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