Animation wasn't on sync with the voices, voice acting was quiet and generally poor.
To answer your question about why "paint splattering" (formally known as drip painting) is considered art, let me give you a small art history lesson.
The person in question's name is Jackson Pollock, and he was a war veteran that struggled with alcoholism most of his life. He painted formally before doing his famous drip paintings, but moved to drip painting as a form of expression. To express his deep rooted emotions, the style of his painting and his color choice reflected it, instead of what the picture actually his.
That's why it has artistic value; because no one had done it before, and it was artistic expression in it's most pure form. Whether or not that has value to you personally is up to you.
This isn't a movie. It's interactive: it's a game.
Discount Foamy the Squirrel.
Thanks for bumping down something we worked very hard on for no reason other than an arbitrary similarity to another cartoon! Scrappo is very much his own individual my friend.
"A timeless classic."
- TIME Magazine, circa 1977
Not very good, but it has potential so I'm scouting you.
Wot. I don't think recording yourself yelling over a techno track sounds as your own content.
Try looking up things about Music Theory!
Eh, it's alright.
Hey, at least I didn't get mine off the internet.
I the colours are so fucking pretty I don't know what to do with myself.
Thank you so much haha :)
Love they style and the concept. Kind of looks like album art.
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