I put a thread out for this years ago, but I hadn't really developed the idea much yet. First of all, the word 'Animated' is more to give the idea of what I mean to produce. Obviously RPG Maker falls under the category of something 'Animated' to begin with. This project would most likely use MV, although there's nothing wrong with using previous versions of the Maker. I've always loved eventing. It's my favorite thing about working with the Maker, and I've always leaned a bit toward comedy. For a while, I've toyed with the idea of making a series of animated shorts with RPG Maker, not necessarily following any particular story arc, with most shorts containing independent settings, context, characters, etc. I love making fake commercials and ads, for some reason I think it's hilarious. I've recorded a few of them, doing the voiceovers myself, and they've come out great. I posted a script for one in the Arts section of the forum, just because I had the script sitting around and was tired of not doing anything with it. When I say 'shorts', I mean a scene or scenes that take between 1 and 5 minutes to show in their entirety. I suppose the flow of it would be to show a short or 2, followed by a fake ad/fake commercial, then show a few more shorts. I'd like each 'episode' to be around 15-18 minutes. Again, everything is self contained, there could be instances where a particular short is a continuation or at least relative to a previously featured one, but in general, they are all independent, with no overlapping theme. This idea requires a lot of work and commitment, and I've been thinking about trying to put together the team and generate community interest. If the ball was rolling, and the community enjoyed the shorts enough, I wonder if people would be interested in featuring their resources in them, or even advertising their games. I like the idea of collaborating with the community to get feedback and/or new ideas, but still sticking with a core team at all times. I guess my real question here isn't if anyone thinks it's a good idea, but does anyone see why it might be a bad/terrible one?