Another voxel NES character in flash animation. This is a Little Goomba from the 8bit Nintendo Entertainment System game Super Mario Bros. This is the underground version. Thanks for looking; hope you like it.
I had to present this to Traditional Animation Studio, as a "mock show pitch" and I think it went down pretty well. Anyway... This might explain more on where Wacked comes from, and perhaps would alleviate the entire "He's Earth Worm Jim with a light bulb" bias. But I HIGHLY doubt that anyway... people like to point fingers and make assumptions as well as compare... Why do you think folks are so afraid to take risks in animation nowadays?
Anyway, I got NO bias during my class, even Doug TenNapel, the creator of EWJ said he looks nothing like him... Eh.. anyway, here's the cartoon. it's kind abig <
I wanna mention did a brilliant job with the Wacked Theme Song at the end. All the other music is from Ratchet and Clank. I'm a horrible musician.
If you haven't seen Wonchop's "A Little Less Conversation," you probably never saw my little Easter Egg. Because my portion in the main collab had Jamal the Bombardier Bird and Pete acting like Eddy Gordo from Namco's "Tekken" series, I thought it would be fun to do a little extra prodding. And so, this was made as an addition, noting how people claim Eddy to be a cheap character (BTW, Eddy is my favorite character to play as...such a fascinating fighting style, that Capoeira). :3
This "Special Edition" has better sound quality when compared to the original in the collab. It also has a version with subtitles, which doubles as an experiment... this is my first animation with a "subtitle" option, and I did this one with a little dynamic flair. Tell me what you think of it!
This could be counted as one of the first official animations for Pepper & Co. the voices for Pepper and Ataru were my normal voice stylings, while Kira's voice was my voice modified at a higher pitch. I'm no good at a girl's voice, and hopefully some can assist in that matter when I'm in need. :3
(EDIT (1/15/06): This version has the in-movie music changed, and no menu music. Look in Sheezy Art for the original...)