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Cow Of The Wild Episode Twenty-Three Part One





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Published on Aug 19, 2012

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Hello lovelies!

First off - yes, Thowan (Lupis) and Bone (Hidge) were different actors this episode, but that's because they got their lines in late, this is not a permanent replacement.

Sooo, this episode took so much longer than I wanted it too, if you listen closely to your monitor, you can actually hear me throwing my computer against the wall repeatedly for all the times Pencil crashed and Final Cut froze, the same way you can hear the ocean in a conch shell.

So that frustration probably contributed the the overall rushed feel of this episode, also contributing to that, is the fact that this was all sketched and started on this computer I'm on right now, and I'm moving out of my house in a little more than a week, and I can't take this computer with me, and a few days ago the knowledge-brick of "oh god, I need to finish that episode before I leave or I will never finish that episode" hit me upside the head, so I've done nothing but animate for like, three days straight. Seriously, I keep forgetting to eat and drink, it's been rough. And I ended up getting so frustrated that I cut loads out and didn't bother with trying to make the lip sync look decent, but hey, I finished it! And with a week of wiggle room :D That's pretty spiffy.


Oh my Garsh, my actors did a stellar job on this one. Ho-lee-cheesecake, amigos, they are all just so good. They took a sort of mediocre script and made it seem so much better than it is! Like, super props to MetalPandaWTF, this is my first time working with her, and her Sharp lines just blew me away, they're so snarky and wonderful. MidnightSummoning was another one who just did insanely awesome. I'm mentioning them above all the other gloriously talented people I sucked the vocaljuice from because it's my first time with them and they're just so great. Thanks again for lending your voice, you add so much. Also - special thanks to Bo and Cheekycoolcat for doing another sappy scene. I'm sorry, I'm awful with romance writing, and another thanks to Dragon because he had to speak french.

As always, le actors made some pretty glorious funnies, and I'll post up a blooper reel soon, I'm just too tired right now.

Oh, and heads up, this is probably the last time I'll be seeing you till either Christmas or April, because that's the times when I come back home and will have access to all my animation stuff, unless I can set it up so I can animate in my dorm on my laptop. I've never lived in a dorm before, so I dunno how it'll pan out. We'll see, but just fyi that there will probably not be episodes for a few months.

And that sucks to me because sooo much stuff happens soon. I keep saying that, but it really does. Stuff happens in part 2 of this, episode 24 stuff happens with Rune, episode 25 stuff happens with Alari, like, the wheels are really rolling now and I'm excited to do future episodes, so just stick with me on this, and thanks for sticking with me for as long as you have. We shall finish this monster yet.

Fun Facts About This Episode:

1. This is actually a Frakenstien's Monster-esque episode, it is bits of three ham-handedly smashed into one. Up until Bone tells Rock to go with Fang, was supposed to be part of last episode, and from Sharp Rejecting Rock on, it was supposed to be part of the next episode. So the flow's probably a little hinky. Not that usually the flow isn't hinky, its just that this time I actually have an excuse other than poor direction.

2. I have a secret I am going to share with you for getting all the way to the bottom of this long, dull description. Harold the Frog is the Master of the Universe. Here's the secret: Bad Shite's in store for anyone who interacts with him. Luna did it before her mother ditched, Lupis did it before everyone he knew was murdered, and now Sammy's done it.




To anyone who says this show doesn't have a main character - you're a liar and a communist.

Harold is the main character.

He's the only one who shows up in every episode and connects the narrative.

All Hail Lord Harold.


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