Crash Zoom (partially found original web animation pilot; 2011)


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Crash Zoom (pilot)
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Status Partially Found

In 2006, Thomas "TomSka" Ridgewell was very confident to make his own animated web series. But sadly, he couldn't animate that well. He had the energy to work with Edd Gould (now deceased) for his webtoon, Eddsworld. In 2010, he decided to use the money he was making on YouTube to a fully-funded animated web-series. He didn't know what the show focuses on or if he had to use his friends or original characters. He settled on original characters, and eventually created Crash Zoom.

Months later, he wrote the script for the pilot, and as described by Tom, "It just kind of started going wrong over and over again". He approached Edgar Neilson (also known as FunyMony on YouTube) and thus the pilot was created and then lost.

On January 30, 2017 the the script was found on an allreadable page. http://www.allreadable.com/2ffaMHzg

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Anonymous user #1

5 months ago
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why did int you contact him and tell him why did he did not animate the pilot
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Anonymous user #2

27 days ago
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Man, I love this series.
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