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 The Borat Cartoon: Comments
MarshalDa Webmaster
Posted: Nov 18 2004, 08:42 PM


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Please post all of your comments about the Borat Cartoon in this thread.

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Posted: Nov 18 2004, 10:09 PM


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Excellent. He captured the way Borat does his stiff, akward high five perfectly. One question; Why is Borat a midget?


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Posted: Nov 18 2004, 11:10 PM


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It is excellent. I am taking a computer graphics course (it is for architecture, however, and has less to do with animations), its nice to see a Borat fan put their schooling to work. Its not the greatest animation I've ever seen, but it is definately the most unique. Awesome.


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Posted: Nov 19 2004, 05:31 PM


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"Thank you......thank you....thank you umm... thank you?" I appreciate all the kind words. For Borat I chose to use my school's character model named "Generi", I changed his skin color and slapped on a mustache, gave him some hair and a neck tie. The other character is also one of my school's models named "Bob". I decided to use these character models rather than my own because I felt they already looked somewhat similar to Borat and the gun club owner. My own characters models; an alien, a mutant ragdoll, 3-D strongbad and a manniquin I felt wouldn't work as well because they are very non-human looking. I considered scaling Generi (Borat) up to be as big as Bob though I thought it would be funnier just to keep him a midget... it makes him seem even more foreign.

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Posted: Nov 19 2004, 08:18 PM


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It reminds me very much of claymation, epecially because of the low resolution and sound quality. It has been cracking up all my Ali G fan friends.


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Posted: Nov 19 2004, 09:59 PM


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Bloody marvelous biggrin.gif Lip-synced perfectly word for word. Well done mate wink.gif


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Posted: Nov 24 2004, 08:00 PM


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I love Borat's legs hanging over the chair. It really works because of how child-like and energetic qualities of Borat.

Anyway, bravo for the animation.


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Posted: Nov 28 2004, 06:56 PM


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The cartoon is awesome! The most incredible part about it is the very intricate expressions on Borat's face when he gets excited and smiles about shooting the gun. I do wish, however, that the cartoon was longer. But that's probably a lot of work. Anyway....I LIKE!
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Posted: Dec 5 2004, 06:52 AM


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It's really effing excellent. I went to film school for a couple years and the animation units made me want to tear my hair and eyes out so I can appreciate how much work goes into something like that. Well done.


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Posted: Dec 13 2004, 09:07 AM


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very cool bro, you've captured his character entirely
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Posted: Dec 18 2004, 03:46 PM


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those eyes! those movements!
beautiful !!! but very short...
me knows how much work it is to do such a thing, in kazakhstan we do not have computers so we do not make animations
instead of this we have niiiice girls with big bollocs!

all me wanna say is GREAT JOB!!! hope you'll do sth longer next time
RE5PECT!

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Posted: Dec 28 2004, 01:19 PM


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i like this video!!!!!!!!!
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Posted: Dec 28 2004, 08:30 PM


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He captured Borat very well, and also he hasn't done a bad job on the guy obsessed with guns either.

I like.
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Posted: Dec 30 2004, 10:42 PM


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very nice.. it is nice
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