How would you like it if someone made you run all the time? No, you wouldn't like that, would you? Stop keeping the water running!

Little known fact. A tomato was used in the making of this animation because an apple could not be found.

Avada Kedavra sceneWhen you combine The Lion King with Harry Potter.

"Weird Al" meets Weird R. Wappin for a mind-altering animated music video that will change how you see the world.

♫ And only one will survive. I wonder who it will be. This is the Ultimate Showdown of Ultimate Destiny. ♫

Ant A song you won't want in your head, but listen to it anyways. Millions of innocent children have already.

Crying A song and music video bursting with a heavy stream of urination puns. This would make J.K. Rowling turn over in her grave. If she were dead, that is.


Almost a year in the making is the followup to the History of Japan.


2 Years ago R. Wappin released his Earth Day animation to Albino Blacksheep. It's a YouTube Channel exclusive.

If you want to see Nuclear Bubble Wrap's YouTube channel exclusive, check the footer.

The official site for JCB Song is offline, and I never hosted a copy because of a the large filesize even though Creep is hosted here.

An Ultimate Showdown parody for Reddit's April 2017 social experiment.

St. Patrick's

Changing the wallpaper just a day. If it's not the 17th anymore and you missed it, then you missed it.

I've been spending a lot of time remaking the backend of this site for better speed and responsiveness. Spritemaps are now replaced with CSS or SVG. Fonts are now subset. Sizing is now relative. Those sorts of geeky coding things. Try out this site on your mobile device.


This will open your eyes to be aware of what you subconsciously saw in Who Framed Roger Rabbit.

Molkman's animations also mix live action with animation. Though, no major studio budget, it still is fun to watch.

Can't miss a month

Here is the final round of TOFA 2016. The theme of this round was to depict The Internet in a comedy animation. Feel free to comment. It's a close call.


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