WATCH EPISODE HERE! This is the second installment of the WHOOKOS series. It’s been three years since I first uploaded Episode: 1. That’s way too long. I never stopped wanting to animate my work between those three years. Sorry for the wait. I’ll have more info in this article soon, as well as screenshots. Til then, enjoy the episode!
WATCH FIGHT SCENE HERE! WATCH THE FULL EPISODE 32 HERE (Do it) This is a fight scene I did for Spikerman’s fan series, The Legend of Zelda: Seven Dark Sorcerers – Episode 32: Part 3. He’s been animating SDS since January 2009 and his series is coming to an end at episode 33. Why are Zelda UO characters in SDS? Well you’re about 32 episodes behind on that one. Spikerman’s Legend of Zelda Series – All Episodes Spikerman’s Zelda Site Spikerman’s Site Music belongs to One Punch Man | Legend of Zelda Belongs to Nintendo
Haven’t uploaded anything in over a year. That’s gotta change. Hope this short at least suffices til the next WHOOKOS. Which will be out sometime this September (this was not the case). I’ll have this article updated more soon. For now, I’m gonna sleep. WATCH EPISODE HERE! Screenshots WARNING: Screenshots may contain spoilers!
Here we have another short. Though this particular short I find more estetically pleasing. People have been saying that the 3D backgrounds don’t match the characters and it clashes a lot. At least that’s what was said about WHOOKOS Episode 1. I found that the backgrounds fit a bit better this time. It’s also good to know that this short defies the laws of physics (many of them do), seeing as Swiff wasn’t grounded when the events are in motion. WATCH EPISODE HERE! Screenshots WARNING: Screenshots may contain spoilers!
Just a quick short about non-issues. I don’t really know what inspired this short to be honest. Originally this short was going to be a lot more complex, but due to the issue being so simple, it wouldn’t have been realistic for this short. WATCH EPISODE HERE! Screenshots WARNING: Screenshots may contain spoilers!
Wow there’s a huge time gap between these Zelda UO remakes. Not as long as Part 1, this episode takes the fight from the BETA version and completely revamps it. Though the fight is still laid out like in the BETA version, there are some obvious differences. We also tried to hold true to some of our favorite scenes. Originally the fight scene was going to be a shot for shot remake of the original, but that kind of defeated the purpose of the remakes altogether. WATCH EPISODE HERE! Screenshots WARNING: Screenshots may contain spoilers!
Completely straying off from Chapter 0, we have a new, nameless, protagonist who wakes up in a similar fashion that Skoot did in Chapter 0 – Part 1. Now I’m sure everyone’s full of questions concerning the characters from the last chapter, but all will be revealed over time. Until then, this character will be the protagonist for the rest of the series. WATCH EPISODE HERE! Screenshots WARNING: Screenshots may contain spoilers!
The beginning of the WHOOKOS series! Unlike WHOOKOS BETA or any other previous WHOOKOS animations or videos, this version takes only a few elements from those animations and creates a whole new series all together. WHOOKOS BETA was more of a personal animation. Something I made for me and my friends. As more episodes of the new WHOOKOS comes out, the differences will become more apparent. Enjoy! WATCH EPISODE HERE! Screenshots WARNING: Screenshots may contain spoilers!
Unlike past shorts, this one has a bit more going on. It was hard to come up with a way for this classic prank to backfire. I’ll leave it up to you to say whether I was successful or not. The animation takes place in Skoot’s basement; inspired by the original basement from my adolescence. Not much has changed from the original design. The basement had always had this log cabin feel. WATCH EPISODE HERE! Screenshots WARNING: Screenshots may contain spoilers!
A quick short with Swiff attempting to pop a nasty zit. Also one of the newer animations to have the 3D rendered backgrounds. 3D backgrounds would set the standard after a while because a lot of what happens in these stories takes place in set locations. Still, I was obviously new at this. It’s also fun to point out that this was the last animation I ever made that used thin black outlines for characters, thus ending the 7 year long habit. This was also the last animation the original Swiffer voiced for. WATCH EPISODE HERE! Screenshots WARNING: Screenshots may contain spoilers!