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April 6, 2008
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This is something I started last year, actually, but the motivation to work more on it started to petter out. I only got back into it just now. The opening camera move is something I've been imagining would be perfect for this kind of story way back in 2000, so I'm glad I realized it in some form.

More will be added later, if I get around to it.

EDIT (5/6/08)- And because so many of you are asking, here's my VA wishlist (which will ALSO be edited further in the future):

Jim Sturgess, David Ogden Stiers
Zach Braff, Vic Mignogna, Will Friedle, Carter Jackson
Tom Cavanagh, Will Arnett, Diedrich Bader, Will Friedle
Kate Higgins, Zooey Deschanel, Tara Strong, Laura Bailey

Norm & Cory: [link] !
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rg116 Featured By Owner May 13, 2012  Student Artist
This must have taken forever to do. How did you do the expressions of the characters. Watch yourself do the actions and exaggerate them?
andrewk Featured By Owner May 13, 2012
I don't really know how I do the expressions of the characters. I suppose it's from years of being familiar with shows.
jollywrecker92 Featured By Owner Nov 6, 2010   Traditional Artist
I am speechless, this is stunning work! :D I've been teaching myself to use flash animation, the most I got out of it before my Computer was attacked by a virus was a brittle and skippy Orca Pod test. May I ask what programs were used to smooth this out? Was it drawn by hand before being digitally remastered? I've been searching for a school within the US that gives a full course of traditional hand animation, most only teach you half the work before they set you on a digital/CGI animation course, which is a disappointment nowadays.
andrewk Featured By Owner Nov 6, 2010
You just answered your own question before even asking it. I used Flash CS2. Then switched to CS3. Nothing drawn by hand beforehand. I also use a Wacom Intuos 3.
jollywrecker92 Featured By Owner Nov 6, 2010   Traditional Artist
Oh okay! :) Hopefully I'll be able to afford those someday, thanks for your time, keep up the amazing work!
rroninn Featured By Owner Jan 9, 2010
Holy smokes when did you find time to do this and how long did it take you to animate it?? I was stuck doing layout never realized they made you animate some scenes in KM. No wonder they look smooth. Great job as always.
andrewk Featured By Owner Jan 9, 2010
These were done on and off on my free time in the past years, so I can't say how long these took. I do remember that these were very rough sketches and did not take long at all.
cameron627 Featured By Owner Apr 24, 2009
Oh wow! That's really great! I shall check out the other animations now. xD
patronise Featured By Owner Oct 7, 2008
Gorgeous work. Without sound or context, you're gettingsuch an incredibly strong sence of character. I'm loving how hard you're pushing your drawing to great effect - everythings reads exceptionally well.
OctanBearcat Featured By Owner Sep 18, 2008
Wow. Totally been missing this great stuff. I need to get back into this comic, but I admit I miss the old everything-on-one-page format. But whatever. This is great animation and I can't wait to see a finished version if there's ever going to be one.

And I totally imagine David Ogden Stiers for Norm too. Zach Braff is a bit of a surprise, but I guess that sorta fits. I wish I knew who any of the other people are (besides Will Arnett, who I only know from his roles as far less high-strung characters than Jerome)
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