the animation may not have been on par and there may have been stereotypes everywhere, but there was so much badassatude that it didn't matter.
Thank you, sir for modifying my childhood
interesting concept that had a decent execution
My only real problem with this was the use of black face
Wait, when did I use blackface? Did you think the little black kid was a white kid in blackface? Or if you thought the puffy lips were racist, thats a stylistic thing I stole from Jenny Goldberg, she puts a lot of puffy lips into her characters and I think its cute it has nothing to do with race I use it on all races, i even used it on a bulbasaur in one scene.
some advice (no mean spiritedness here)
here are some things you need to improve on
1. the art is either too wrinkly and/or pixely. also, if you made Jons eyebrows thicker, the angry face would be a bit better (right now it looks like windshield wipers)
2. the sound Quality is fuzzy
3. the thing we're supposed to read at the beginning wasn't there long enough for us to read it
4. not to be mean, but there wasn't really any plot, it was just Garfield eating lasagna, Jon getting angry and that's it. You need to ad conflicts, rising action, climax, falling action, conclusions things like that, I mean for example, maybe if you showed what Jon did after Garfield ate the lasagna, it would have inspired at least a little more interest
5. the animation is a bit choppy and I noticed that when it showed Jon's red, angry face, a frame from the previous shot didn't disappear on time, so you might want to learn from that mistake
6. Why was the lasagna just a rainbow colored circle? No offense, but it makes people see you as someone who doesn't like to put effort into drawing something really simple.
I hope what I said helps, please don't take any offense to what I said and good luck with your future animations!
It's like cookie clicker, but with an educational twist. Very addictive!
Words cannot describe my delight. I mean, talk about having little to no script in the game play. G;ad I found a game that involved a little imagination in the game play. My only gripes with the game are the bolt swingy thingies being stubborn to use at times (though I got around that) and the final level being a bit too easy (maybe I'm just too smart, not to brag or anything). I hope to see a sequel.
I like it, but...
I have always liked these story maker type things although when I did the drunken antics thing I have noticed some broken English (e.g. "Sarge found themselves on the floor...")
Needed a his/her option for that to fix it I think.
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