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(performances in order of appearance; this is copy-and-pasted from my youtube comments)
CHRIS: Once again, brilliant performance! I said previously that I think you missed your calling .... but better to be LATE to your calling than missing it completely. You do a great job interpreting the lines and finding a range of deliveries. The other thing that I'm very impressed about is your commitment to the performance inasmuch as that you're realistically animated and hit all the right highs and lows of the characters performance (if that even makes sense).
SPAZZY: You know, aside from the bits in Apocablog, I think this is the first time we've collaborated! And I am SO happy to have sent you that cam, because it was well worth the wait! The character was kinda-sorta tailored for you, but you still nailed it. I do have one point of constructive criticism for you: 1) whether you feel you need it or not, it helps to do multiple takes of a line; I'd rather have too many excellent takes to choose from than too few.
THG: Brilliant use of the source material! You struck a perfect balance between innocence and exuberance ... which are characteristics I'm writing a lot in this series. Like a said before, I love your line "I'm getting a strange sense of deja vu ....".
BILLO: You da man. Seriously, the whole climax of the episode is your appearance and you nailed it. Great job, buddy.
STORY: If you didn't pick up on it, I'm writing these episodes based on the things I read here on krumbination. Obviously, a big thank you goes out to the entire community for providing a wealth of material to mine. In this case, the whole prostaglandins thing came from Pete in our Conversation Starters forum topic.
The anguished musings of a jack-of-all trades creative professional based out of Longwood, Florida. Find out more about him here. You know, if that's your 'thing'.
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