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I wish I would've saved it for Christmas, but still, I'm so glad I finished this gargantuan project.

Man. all this time, I haven't given the skeleton a proper name.
Made a new Intro and Outro. People seem to really like them

It's finally ready. I've been preparing this one for over a month for my college class.

New animation!

Hoo, boy. This was a long one. But I really enjoyed the final result when it came to be.

It's great to have RetroGamer as Karate Joe once again.
Sorry I haven't been around much early this year. College had me swamped.

But on the bright side, I managed to finish my latest project. Check it out:

Spoiler alert: there's a bad guy. He's trying to be original.

After several weeks, including over 3000 pictures taken to make this, the project is finished.
Tell me what you think of it when you get the chance.
I've decided that the brickfilm I've been working on for the past few weeks will be scheduled for January 4th. That day happens to be my 22nd birthday, and my 5th year of my channel on Youtube. Five years a Fawful fan. I never thought I'd make it this far in five years.
So I'm thinking that one of my characters - known as Black Knight - will gain some Silverish Armor and unleash his true potential.

Do you guys have any thoughts on this?

If you want me to elaborate, then I can.
Hoo, boy. This was a long and tough semester of college. Now it's over, and it's time to get back to doing what I love.
I'm not sure if many of you know, but I have much more of a passion for stop motion/lego animation than I do drawing. 
If you want to see some, just ask, and I'll send you a link to my channel.

But on to more pressing matters. 1st, my room is a mess, and I need to clean up for the end of the semester's sake.
Same with the car, only colder and less roomy.

Anyway, I think that's everything I need to say about that. 
Until next time,
-Vincent Rongone, a.k.a. Fawful theLEGO-
tomorrow starts the last two weeks of College. All I have to do is get through it, and I'll be back in full force. Not to mention the return of more stop motions to boot.
You know what game should have an animated series? Earthbound. There is literally too much potential for it not to be attempted. Seriously, if there was any show I would literally pay money for, then it would be for Earthbound.

Here were a few things that could make this great
(keyword "could", because you never know what could happen with a final product)

- Art style: Despite the fact that it looks rather simplistic in design for the Snes game, the original clay figures and Super Smash Brothers trophies demonstrates a lot of creativity in art style. I can't describe it, but it feels different from many other styles. But that's just me.

- Humor and writing: If there's one thing this rpg's writing is known for, then it's the nonsensical off-beat humor phrases and lingo. Earthbound also has that ability to be dark and scary at a moment's notice as well (Looking at you, Giygas!)

- Setting: Much like how Earthbound and Mother 1 broke new grounds by having a modern-day setting, I feel that this revelation could also work in the animation business as well. At the moment, the only other show I can think of with a modern, suburban feel is Ed, Edd'n Eddy.

Also, if you haven't seen this video, odds are, you were probably thinking similar ideas to me.

But anyway, these are just thoughts I needed to get out of my head.
It seems that every time I make a new LEGO animation of a Nostalgia Critic moment, I always manage to get his design improved.
I recently made a new stop motion video. You can check it out here:

I've worked for weeks on end for this one. I hope you guys like it too.

recently, I got into a bit of a misunderstanding about me being able to do requests. I suppose my wording was pretty bad, but I was by no means ready to make requests at the moment, and I'm not ready now either. It did hit me that I do have to put down a criteria list as soon as I'm ready.

So, at the moment, I'll figure out what I'll make that criteria.
Sometimes it sucks being the new guy, and having no idea how something works.

So the question for the day, for anyone daring enough to answer: How do I do requests? How do I let people know I'm open for requests? I've seen other people with accounts that say they're open to requests or commissions, but how would I go about doing that as well?

If you can help me out, that would be much appreciated.
I'm feeling extra happy today. And that is because I finally finished a big project on my Youtube Channel. It took me hours upon hours to finish. And now I can rest easy knowing I perservered through all the editing.

For those interested, this is the project: