The Firefly That Wouldn't Blink

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The Firefly That Wouldn't Blink

Post by drumlug13 » Fri Jul 31, 2015 7:05 pm

Even a small patch of woods in Missouri can attract a ton of traffic in the heat of Summer. Be courteous to your fellow travelers.

Part PSA ... Part passive aggressive diatribe ... Part Atari 2600

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Re: The Firefly That Wouldn't Blink

Post by lwaxana » Sun Aug 02, 2015 2:44 am

Very nicely done. After the Atari-style opening, I wasn't expecting a more traditional cartoon style. The characters and animation look great! :D
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Re: The Firefly That Wouldn't Blink

Post by Little Yamori » Sun Aug 02, 2015 6:29 am

Nice job all around :D
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Re: The Firefly That Wouldn't Blink

Post by 3deeguy » Sun Aug 02, 2015 6:05 pm

Commercial quality. I kind of hated to see him get eaten though. It means he can't come back for another episode. Nice work!
Cheers, Larry
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Re: The Firefly That Wouldn't Blink

Post by drumlug13 » Sun Aug 02, 2015 7:25 pm

D'oh ! .... I didn't think about that. But if Daffy Duck can come back after his dynamite & gunpowder act and Boba Fett can find his way out of the Sarlacc pitt, I guess there's a chance he can come back.

Thank you for the compliments guys.
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Re: The Firefly That Wouldn't Blink

Post by djwaterman » Mon Aug 03, 2015 4:44 pm

Totally delightful, I liked the music and it was actually fuuunnny! That kid doing the voice was brilliant, pro level voice talent, a big part of why I found it funny.
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Re: The Firefly That Wouldn't Blink

Post by drumlug13 » Mon Aug 03, 2015 9:26 pm

That's my Boy ! (Please excuse the Proud Papa moment :D )

He was in on this one from the start. Here's a snapshot of him hammering out a script a few months ago. But before I go on gushing and raving all night, I'll say Thank you very much for the compliment. He worked really hard on this one with me and I think he'll get a kick out hearing that there's some people besides us that got a laugh out of it.

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Re: The Firefly That Wouldn't Blink

Post by funksmaname » Mon Aug 03, 2015 10:39 pm

Hey, really nice job! and your boy did really well! congrats :)
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Re: The Firefly That Wouldn't Blink

Post by 3deeguy » Mon Aug 03, 2015 10:54 pm

It occurred to me that your son must be really proud of you.
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Re: The Firefly That Wouldn't Blink

Post by drumlug13 » Tue Aug 04, 2015 12:32 am

Now that you mention it 3D, I do get extra hugs whenever we're working on cartoons. I probably only have another year or so of that before he's too cool to hang out with me. Crazy how fast they are growing up.

Seriously, not to get all sappy, but Anime Studio is about the best investment that I've ever made for us. It's one of the last few hobbies that we do together. Playstation, Marvel movies and AS. We used to play baseball but he could never hit my slider.
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Re: The Firefly That Wouldn't Blink

Post by 3deeguy » Tue Aug 04, 2015 2:20 am

drumlug13 wrote:Now that you mention it 3D, I do get extra hugs whenever we're working on cartoons. I probably only have another year or so of that before he's too cool to hang out with me. Crazy how fast they are growing up.

Seriously, not to get all sappy, but Anime Studio is about the best investment that I've ever made for us. It's one of the last few hobbies that we do together. Playstation, Marvel movies and AS. We used to play baseball but he could never hit my slider.
My first grandson is only 8 months old at the moment. I dream about him voicing a character! Grandparents get 'sappy' too!
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Re: The Firefly That Wouldn't Blink

Post by Artpen » Wed Aug 05, 2015 8:15 pm

Great work, nice characters with great animation!
Your boy did good too! Well done
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Re: The Firefly That Wouldn't Blink

Post by Little Yamori » Thu Aug 06, 2015 2:13 am

Not only did your son do a great job, but he's wearing a Gecko Shirt, the boys got great taste! :-)
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Re: The Firefly That Wouldn't Blink

Post by drumlug13 » Thu Aug 06, 2015 12:26 pm

Good eye Yamori ... Yeah he loves geckos too. He has two pet leopard geckos in his terrarium.
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