Saturday, June 14, 2008

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Okay, this didn't really go as well as I wanted. One of those things that you think half way through, 'I can't really be arsed with this', but by which stage I'd already put some effort in, so I figured I should finish it.

There's numerous things wrong with it; 'suppose it's good practice.

See what you think...


I have a couple of other ideas I'll stick up once done...

10 comments:

Craig said...

I thought it was brilliant. I mean, I'm not thrilled with a toaster trying to lecture me on cultural sensitivity, but it was amusing and the stop motion was done well.

Of course, considering I just got back from seeing the newest M. Night Shyamalan movie, I might be grading on a curve.

Herge Smith said...

Oh blimey, how bad was that? i hear it's a career killer?

spleenal said...

You not got a job or anything?

No but seriously loving that you're actually making fims now.
Your CGI is only slighty less believable than that arse water lucas squirts out.

My E-mail can be found by taking a quick squiz at my profile.

But here it is now.
I know how lazy you are

knocky.smith@gmail.com

garfer said...

Almost as good as the Cadbury's Smash ad, but not quite.

I love a bit of Engelburt me.

MJ said...

You may wish to consider the vocal stylings of Bing Crosby (Der Bingle) or Mel Tormé (The Velvet Fog).

Herge Smith said...

Good old Mel Tormé, he was in an episode of Seinfeld wasn't he?

Craig said...

Yeah Herge, it's that bad. I defended many of his other movies that people hated, but I can't say much positive about this one...Unless it was supposed to be a comedy, then it was perfect.

Oh yeah, Tormé was in the episode where Kramer was guest of honor at some fundraiser.

MJ said...

I'm a little disappointed that Johnny Mathis didn't make your playlist.

Sniffy said...

I thought it was tremendous! Perhaps he should expand his horizons and listen to a bit of Blondie.

Inexplicable DeVice said...

For some reason, this made me think of the G-Force theme by way of Air's 'How Does It Make You Feel?'.

I liked it!