As mentioned above, this entire animation was apparently done by a single artist in the space of about three weeks. Sure, the premise is pretty dumb, the voice acting is poor, and it utilizes some anime-inspired corner cutting tricks (Disney it is not). But it looks really darn good! Mr FleshCreature clearly knows what he's doing, and a few of the shots, like the one with the evil wolf snapping at the camera and the one where the wolf bounds from side to side, are bordering on brilliant; I could have sworn those were lifted from an actual anime show, but Mr FleshCreature's got the speedpaint time lapse videos to prove he drew them. Everything from the character designs to the backgrounds to the simple yet cool cool CGI energy effects - our furry pal put a lot of thought and effort into this, and it shows.
Now compare and contrast to Wolf, which has had dozens of workers and over six hundred weeks in which to produce its Balto-inspired masterpiece.
Reference, for when it's off the front page.
The whole thing reminds me of the "TV Show" thing that I bring up every now and again. For a while we had about 10 people on board, wrote an entire season-and-a-half's worth of episodes and even had t-shirts and bumper stickers made, and a kickstarter campaign idea in the works. It's mainly live action which makes the process easier than animating, but the problem was that some of the people on board would lose interest, go back to their day jobs, or fuck me out of 3 month's rent and move away, shit like that..so a project that was moving pretty quickly 2 years ago is sitting absolutely still.
You should rewrite it as a show about furries! That would probably take off.
Given that the show's based around Ketamine that could fit in.
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