animator, comic artist, and pop punk aficionado
Joined on 3/2/13
I can't wait for your new animation!!!1
Personally I've liked all of your animations, Even the ones not posted here, candle lite bridge voice cracks brobot anyone?
your comedy is really refreshing it's not like most of the comedic videos on here which are really crass.
Also for your last videos I might have a idea why they weren't as popular as they could have been, I think you mentioned it before but, I think because they weren't as relatable as your most popular ones, we've all had those awkward situations while buying something, we all have guilty pleasure music. I could be wrong though.
Also keep at it! Keep working on that story until it's as perfect as you can get it. There will always be something you want to change or add but it's better than just releasing it half way because it's basically just giving up on it, work on it some more and when it tell the story and gives the message you want then go for it release it.
Haha, sorry now i'm babbling, so i'll wrap this up. Keep doing what you're doing!
man, your comment brightened my day! i'm very thankful people like you follow me and are so encouraging.
and wow, i'm surprised you mentioned the ones i never posted here! thank you for the compliments on them. and i agree - crass humor is great in doses, but not all the time. i think that's why i dislike a lot of online animations, and a lot of the "adult animated" shows today (brickleberry makes me want to kill myself). there's absolutely nothing wrong with offensive humor, of course, but it's gotten old, shock-based, and just unfunny. granted, i've had missteps in the past in this realm (surrealist life, which was never supposed to be an animation anyway, hence the cursing) and my last animation was pretty crass. haha. the next one coming up is actually in a similar vein, but after it, i've got some really sweet, heart-based ones to come that i'm really excited about. i kinda like that balance, between crass and sweet.
and you're right - people like stories that can relate to. i'm very proud of beach blanket break-in (paul simon was... not a mistake, but, not the best), even though i know it'd be very un-relatable. my reasoning behind this is that i don't want to get pigeonholed as some sort of "slice of life" artist. there's nothing wrong with slice of life, and any artist needs to keep in mind what the audience will enjoy in addition to what they'll find funny. i imagine i've got a few more "slice of life" animations up my sleeve, though. i like the format. this next one isn't so relatable (nervous laughter), but i think it's pretty funny and i'm excited for it.
and thank you, again, for the advice on the story. i've pretty much decided to continue working on it until it's good then putting it out as is. i'm on no deadline. i can finish it whenever i want haha. there's no reason to put unneeded pressure on myself on something like that when i can continue to chip away at it and just make it better.
and no, you're good - i'm a rambler myself, so i appreciated seeing a long block of text. thanks again for always commenting on these entires and following my work. i sent your comment around to my close friends cause it touched me. you're awesome. thanks again.