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I'll talk about where I got some of the pics from. The cat (as said in the bottom) is my own cat K.C. (Kitty Cat, how creative). The Frankenstein was from a picture I got at a "Beatle Juice" music review in Universal Studios. I also got Stuff, or goof dragon as it was said at Orlando too, because my dad had me stand in front of it, although I refused. The zapped guy was 3 pics I got of my friend Matt. Umm.. most other backgrounds and images were from clip art, but the sprites were googled. I don't plan on creating anymore animatations for a while though, since I really am not that great at them. Once I get a tablet I'll pick up Flash again probably. What else, oh yeah! At the end, if you right click and hit play, it give 3 seconds of crappy bonus pun, because stuff appears.
Signed, The Mysterious "?"
- Albino Blacksheep sheep
- Till Lindemann, the lead singer of Rammstein
- Guitar-playing Frankenstein's Monster
- Kirby with Chuchu
- K.C. (the animator's pet cat)
- Green, tentacled "dinner" thing?
- Pac-Man Ghosts
- Colin Mochrie with NECCO Wafers body
- cat with cape
- singing rainbow trout
- King Dedede
- The Mysterious "?"'s friend Matt
- Stuff the Magic Dragon
- angel dolls
- Optimus Prime
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- The creation of this animutation was inspired by a comment KKyuubi made on the ABS forums on Mysterious's other flash "Big Bag", noting it's "animutational qualities".
- This animutation features the first ever interactive preloader in Animutation history, you are able to dress Sheepy with the littered accessories.
- This animutation seems to feature some inspiration from the original DEW HAAST, the most of overt of which being the song and the singing cat. Whether or not this was intended is purely speculation at this point.
- Aside from Beer Pong, this is the only animutation to date that not only uses a Rammstein song, but also contains one or more band members (in this case, one).
- The picture of Till's face is from the music video of Rammstein's song, Mein Teil.
- The cat in the flash is The Mysterious "?"'s cat, and during the scene where it first sings, the subliminal message "That's my cat!" appears at various intervals.
- Three animutations have used the song "Du Hast" by Rammstein, each one using a variation on the songs title as their title.