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Animation vs. Minecraft (original) | Alan Becker

Stick figures on a computer find a Minecraft cube.

It took animator Alan Becker a little over a year to complete the Animation vs. Minecraft video. At the beginning, Alan said he didn’t think the scenes would take very long to write, but discovered real quick there’s lots of work to be done before, during and after the scene.

From Alan Becker’s website:

One year 2 months and 833.5 work hours later, I can’t believe I’m finally hitting the publish button. To be honest I expected this animation to take me a month or two. Then 5 months later I expected it to be done after another 5 months. Well it took another 9 months.

I think when you write a story, it’s very easy to write something like “scene 3: the stick figures get attacked by a bunch of zombies, and defeat them all”. You don’t imagine the scene to take very long. And then when you go to animate it, you realize how much more complex it is, and in order to properly convey the idea, you have to add things beforehand, during, and after this scene. That happened for every single scene, and it wasn’t a very short story to begin with. Lo and behold, the animation I thought would be 8-10 minutes ends up being 16 minutes long!

But I’m very very proud of how it came out. I think in some ways it surpassed the previous animation. And I’m so glad to be done.




Jedi Kittens Strike Back | Zach King “Final Cut King”

Zach King creates magic with his videos using magic. In this purrrr-fect video, Jedi Kittens Strike Back, Zach captures two kitty cats battling it out flying through an office building.

A gray and white kitten in an X-Wing fighter. The other in a TIE fighter.

After crash landing in an office, the Jedi Kittens meet face to face in a light saber duel to save all of kitten-kind.


Disney’s HANDY MANNY Online Toy Factory Game – Let’s Build A Rocket | Toby Conger

Toby builds a fun rocket on Disney Junior’s online Toy Factory game – You can use your imagination to build magical toys using squares, balls, rockets, wagons, radios, cars, UFOs, fire trucks and TVs.

From the Handy Manny Wikipedia – Handy Manny (a play on the phrase “handy man”) is set in the fictional town of Sheetrock Hills where the titular character, Manny, owns a repair shop along with his anthropomorphic talking tools. It is unknown exactly where this town is located, but there are a multitude of Spanish speaking residents within it and the town is surrounded by tropical ocean water (as seen in the introduction). Most 30-minute episodes contain two stories. They typically begin with Manny and the tools interacting in Manny’s repair shop. While there, someone, usually needing something repaired or assembled, calls Manny, who answers, “Hola, Handy Manny’s repair shop, you break it” and then the tools shout “We fix it”. After hearing who needs help where, Manny and the Tools sing “Hop up, Jump in” while the Tools hop into his tool box. In most episodes when Manny and the Tools leave for the repair, they see Mr. Lopart with his pet cat Fluffy in front of his candy store. Mr. Lopart would try to do something on his own without any prior experience. Manny offers him to help but Mr. Lopart says that he doesn’t need any help, after Manny and the Tools leave the item Mr. Lopart was building would malfunction and cause a mess. Once Manny and the tools arrive at the repair site, they collaborate on the best way to fix the broken item. Manny then goes to Kelly’s hardware store where she always has the item that they need. Once they have the items needed for the repair, they go back to the work-site and sing “We Work Together” while performing the repairs.
Handy Manny is a Disney-animated children’s television program. It first aired on September 16, 2006 as originally part of Disney Channel’s Playhouse Disney daily block intended for preschoolers. On February 14, 2011, it was moved to the Disney Junior block, serving as Playhouse Disney’s replacement. The show’s title character is voiced by Wilmer Valderrama. Children aged 4–9 were usually the show’s audience.

The show was created by Roger Bollen, Marilyn Sadler and Emmy Award-winning writer and producer Rick Gitelson. The animation is produced by Toronto-based Nelvana and features the voice performances of Wilmer Valderrama, Dee Bradley Baker, Tom Kenny, Fred Stoller, Nika Futterman, Kath Soucie, Carlos Alazraqui, and Grey DeLisle. Special guest stars in the series have included Lance Bass, Kurtwood Smith, Shelley Morrison, Fred Willard, Penn Jillette, Jane Lynch, Jon Polito, Ashley Parker Angel, Brian George, Snoop Dogg, Shannon Durig, Marion Ross, Chris Rock, James Belushi, Ice-T, Henry Winkler, Dale Earnhardt, Jr., Freddy Rodriguez, Ed O’Neil, Denzel Whitaker, Zachary Gordon, Lauren Tom, Rosario Dawson, and Bob Glouberman. The theme song is performed by Los Lobos. Reruns are being shown at 6 AM on the Disney Junior block.

The Silly Rillie Show! Episode 1 Introducing Silly Rillie | Silly Rillie

Silly Rillie is a childlike clown. She records a silly clown show where she sings and plays with her imaginary friends (the audience).

Intended for children 0-6 (and the young at heart).

Doki-Doki Universe – The Beginning – Part 1 | Stampylonghead

Watch and listen to Stampylonghead play and talk through an exclusive Playstation game called “Doki-Doki Universe”.

From Doki-Doki Universe on Wikipedia:

Doki-Doki Universe is a video game published and developed by HumaNature Studios for the Playstation 4, PlayStation3 and the PlayStation Vita.

The game is unique because it is essentially a large interactive personality test. The game starts with a robot named QT3 and a talking red balloon accidentally getting left on an asteroid by a human family traveling through space. Roughly forty years later Alien Jeff locates QT3 and informs him that his model is being discontinued for lacking humanity. Alien Jeff has been tasked with determining if QT3, an emotionless and obedient robot, is capable of learning humanity. Alien Jeff then takes QT3 and Balloon to a planet called home.

The only other inhabitant of Home besides QT3 and Balloon is Dr. Therapist, a therapist that gives psych evaluations of the player controlling QT3. Evaluations are based on answers given when a player visits asteroids. On asteroids small abstract tests of four or five questions are given with multiple choice answers. They range from “Choose a caption” to “Without thinking pick a picture”. The more asteroids the player visits the more thorough an evaluation Dr Therapist will make.

On Home there are four Machines to interact with: Pick a Planet Style, Pick an Intersteller Steed, Pick an Avatar and Pick a Friends Planet to Visit. The online is only passive, allowing you to visit a friends world and see how they decorated. Avatars change the appearance of QT3 and a new avatar is unlocked as the player levels up. Interstellar Steeds are mounts used to leave Home and visit other planets and asteroids. One Interstellar Steed is unlocked each level as the player gains experience points. Interstellar Steeds vary greatly from a flying rat to a pile of poop. Decorations are unlocked through missions and presents and can be placed anywhere on Home.