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Posted by Alpha-Nuva - August 29th, 2007


Now, some of you, mainly Hakuoh, have interpreted what I've said about clocks, incorrectly. Let me explain my feelings to the best of my ability.

I do not "hate" clocks. It's the internet. Unfortunately, Hakuoh cannot see this and takes it too seriously, holding grudges and stating that he has "true love" for clocks.

For those of you who have read my personal message on MSN, it recently stated "Fuck clocks." Interpreted wrong, I could seem anti-clock (and in a way, I am). But only towards a certain KIND of clocks. On NG, when people submit flashes of clocks, most of them are generally bad (both in animation and flow of storyline). SBC commentaries annoy me because many have almost no animation and simply have a monotone voice emitting a logorrhea of curses. Also, shorts about two second violence are not funny.

Now, the clocks that I FAVOR are quality movies with a good, diverse qualities. When I see a good clock movie, I overlook the synthesized voices and any other things that could agitate me. SleepEasy is a good example of this. The animation in that was really good FBF and it held my attention until the end. CrustClock, too, is a good animator. Therefore, I enjoy his work. However, when I see a clock standing still, through the majority of the video, I have no choice but to 0 it and say "This sucks." If you want to "bring peace and harmony to NewGrounds," a crappy flash will not aid in the cause.

My Anti-Clock Day Movie: Ninjap00 has nothing against clocks and he still made one. When you watch my upcoming ACD movie, I want you to see it as an offence (well, offence is too strong of a word. I mean, it's just a cartoon), towards bad clock movies. Not all clocks. If you see anything in the movie that suggests a possible hatred I have for all clocks, remember - IT'S JUST A FLASH.

Thank you for taking the time to read this.


Posted by Alpha-Nuva - August 27th, 2007


We raided Hakuoh's forum. LOL!

No one likes him, so unfortunately, he'll be the only one who cares.


Posted by Alpha-Nuva - August 19th, 2007


Hakuoh has been really gay on MSN. It's funny to watch him behind his little retard panel as things pass through and are suddenly changed into idiocy.

Anyways, I am going to make an Anti-Clock Day Movie, featuring two clocks I have made. Not only will this be a small "vengeance" against clocks, but I'm going to revolutionize clock animations by actually making a good clock animation.

Oh, and Hakuoh fails.


Posted by Alpha-Nuva - August 14th, 2007


It's coming up slowly but surely. I've been in an animation block with Redness, but I'm easing out of it. It's about 92% done. Only about fifteen lines of dialogue, some cinematics, and BAM! It b dun.

Not only will Redness by my only Madness Day submission, but get ready for another installment of the Madness: Nincompoop series (the sequel to Ignoramus) and the piece I submitted for the Madness Day '07 Collaboration as well.

Can you feel your penis growing?


Posted by Alpha-Nuva - August 10th, 2007


Well, if you have any questions about Redness: Precedence, I will answer them here. =3


Posted by Alpha-Nuva - August 3rd, 2007


I got bored and made a short cartoon. It features Christian Bale, Phallus, and an M16. Smoke pot for best results.

http://www.newgrounds.com/portal/view/
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Madness Ignoramous


Posted by Alpha-Nuva - July 29th, 2007


Splurgle has been through a lot lately. What, with remaking ME5 for a second time, now, and feeling a bit of laziness.

Being that I am helping him out with it a bit, I wanted to create some hype for the final installment of Splurgle's series by having you post your thoughts about it. I've seen some parts and so far, I believe it is quite epic. Much better than ME5 and ME5SE.

Splurgle deserves all the praise he can get because he's had a lot of courage to shake off the failure of the first two and move on to make a new version of ME5. Plus, with all the anticipation, this could probably improve his work ethic.

-Alpha-Nuva


Posted by Alpha-Nuva - July 23rd, 2007


I'm really fucking pissed. Excluding my dad and one of my uncles, my immediate family disapproves my working on Redness. Some say it's too violent, some don't like that I sometimes go through all-nighters to get work done, and some just believe it's a pointless cause. Due to this. The ending of Redness may not come out as I hoped. I'm trying to finish it up strong, but there are so many emotional setbacks coming up and it may affect the quality of the episode's ending. ;_;


Posted by Alpha-Nuva - July 21st, 2007


It's out! What are you doing sitting at your computer gaping at the screen for? Get your e-ass down to the e-movie, BIATCH!


Posted by Alpha-Nuva - July 19th, 2007


For those of you waiting for Redness: Precedence, don't lose hope. I know I told you all I was going to complete it in summer, but due to my work ethic becoming a little bad and the confirmation of Madness Day being September 22nd, it will be delayed until then. I promised you a cartoon and I'm going to keep that promise. Not only that, but before Redness comes out I will have a little suprise to make up for that disgusting trailer I submitted earlier this year. So, until Madness Day, stay tuned for Precedence and 5 Agitation 1 and 2 as much as you can. XD

Oh, and sorry about the jpg. Came out a little crappy.

Redness: Precedence