June 4th, 2017:Sudomemo Weekly News

Hey there everyone, DeepRising here with the Weekly News Letter. There was a great response to last week's topic "Mime". Well done to everybody who entered. Here are the winning flipnotes.

Our Favorite Flipnotes from last weeks Topic "Mime"

We loved the Mime work in this great photo flipnote by AnayPaola☆.


There's really excellent Miming hand performance in this photo flipnote by Metalluigi.

We laughed out loud at this ingenious Mime-Fail flipnote by Grecko

There's a great 'Invisible Wall' mime routine in this entry by mrjohn. The Spooky little fellow looks like he's pressing on our DSi screen. EEEEK!

A stick man mimes the 'Inside a Box' routine beautifully in this flipnote by User.


We really chuckeled a lot at the lazy Mime artist in this next entry by Mippness. The fantastic Acapella Beat-Box sound track adds yet more to the comedy style.

We liked the clever idea in this surreal flipnote by creed where a Mime is stuck inside the confines of the screen.

The classic 'lasso and rope pull' Mime routine features in this entry by Carlos. We loved the retro style and slapstick humour here. It's very nicely done.

This Weeks Topic - "Fruit"

This week's topic is Fruit. It's juicy and delicious, great for desert or a snack. The familiar fruit bowl has bananas, apples and oranges, but there's so many others. There's grapes, a favorite of the Romans and used to make wine. There's berry fruits like raspberries and strawberries. They go so well with cream. And of course the tropical fruits like pineapple, kiwi and guava. We do so much with fruit, we farm and harvest it, eat it, juice it, cook with it and it features often in culture. How could you use fruit in a flipnote? We're just bananas to find out! Make sure to post your entries to the Weekly Topic channel, and the deadline for your entries is the 11th of June. Keep on flipnoting and the best of luck with your entries.

Flipnote Tip

Why not try making your flipnote like a commercial. Adverts often use animation to sell products, and are great fun to parody.