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Ready's Voyage

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Nov 14, 2003 | 3:56 PM EST
  • Daily Feature November 15, 2003

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This is the story of a boy named "Ready" who overcomes his physical handicap by using the power of his imagination.

This took me several months to complete, so I hope you enjoy!

Songs in the film:
"La Valse d'Amelie" by Yann Tiersen
"Green Bird" by Yoko Kanno
"Clocks" by Coldplay

UPDATE: Thanks for all the encouraging reviews and e-mails! It makes me feel like what I have been doing for the past few months has meant a lot to so many. Again, Thank you all.



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Full of Effort

The simplicity of adventure is exemplified here in a sort of nostalgic/romanticized view of piracy and exploration. The art was amazing and it is one of my favorites. I like the concept of a childlike dreaming into reality, this is a highlight of American culture in many senses. Great job!


Rated 5 / 5 stars

There's a lot I could say...

But, in all honesty, you made it, and I'd only be telling you things you know.

Except one thing.

Ninjas > Pirates



Rated 1 / 5 stars

Nice moral, but that's way too unrealistic.

Not against people who are in a wheelchair or anything, but it was a bit unrealistic. Pirates don't become friends with you, and the boy in the wheelchair walking - nice, but we've seen a lot of flashes like those. Please, add dialogue, and make it better. Please.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Loved it!

So cute and creatve. This is a very different unique cartoon. A touching story but not mushy, or overly sappy.
Great job!


Rated 5 / 5 stars


This flash made me cry. Even with all the cute sea animals and the funny diver in the shark's mouth. You of course had to show the children playing outside while Ready sits inside with some crayons and his imagination. But... did you have to use Coldplay?