The scenes of stretchy elk flesh at 1:23 and the one wolf effortlessly removing the elk's leg at 2:23 cracked me up
For me it was the staredown between Simb- I mean Silver and Sca- sorry, his dad. This whole clip is a giant, hyper-real cliche.
The call of the majestic gummi elk: (silence)
I curse their animation instructor.
But father, we haven't had a proper kill in ages!
According to YouTube comments, it will be available only by DVD. Just so long as you go to their house and wait for them to burn it for you.
Guys, somebody worked really hard on this.
|Aubrey McFate |
Years of work, finally paying off!
Reminds me of the animation you would see in old text adventures.
They can console themselves that they're slightly better at animating than most studios that did work for Christian cartoons in the 70's.
|Caminante Nocturno |
Why did they leave? Because of the crows, the sneakiest of all birds.
|Spastic Avenger |
This makes my graduation animation piece look like high art.
Whenever anything from the actual Wolf project appears, our contribution will be highly ranked on the related videos and that's its own kind of movie magic.
I can't tell which is funnier, the scenes of them eating nothing but clumps of elk fur and then suddenly its leg just comes off, or the goofy instrumental clash at the :51 mark when the one wolf ducks the elk's kick.
I'm happy for them, at least they actually have something animated in colour now after all those years of fucking around. Can't be much worse then that animated Titantic movie... or can it!?!?
Apparently you haven't heard the gangsta rap hit they're going to have for a big wolfie dance number, "Fuck the Park Rangers."
Seems like these folks have a long and happy career ahead of them with Phoenix Games.
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