Oh man, this is so good. I've been looking forward to another one of these. Alex as Jeff's "friend who has had that happen to him once" was a nice touch, laughed out loud. Hilarious, great job!
Man I miss Ryan. RIP, big guy.
There's some good stuff here. Ultimately the pace felt way too slow for this kind of thing. The characters spoke very slowly and took their time with everything, when I'd expect something wacky and Japanese-inspired by this to move at a quicker-than-usual pace.
The voice acting could have been more animated, and the animation could also be smoother. Music is good, well-used. The story is the strongest point, but it was hindered somewhat by the execution and pace.
I liked. First prank made me laugh. Keep it up!
Brilliant. Well done, Michael!
Thanks, Hierce PaQ!
Even without the title, even without the clever usage of coins droppingâ€”this piece automatically conjures images of tents with glossaries of jewels, mounds of spices, selections of daggers, smoke rising from cooking food, and the chatter of eager sellers and purchasers.
The primitive harmony, appropriate instrumentation (particularly the usage of percussion), and steady rhythm really make this. The beautiful, quivering violin line gives it a human touch: the aural equivalent of a wryly old lady, by now an expert at turning a profit in her shop.
Absolutely effective, good job!
I thoroughly enjoyed that description. Thanks, Pierce!
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