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Jan 6, 2005 | 7:22 AM EST
  • Daily 2nd Place January 7, 2005

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After 13 days of hard work, I managed to whip this up before my 3rd day at school. I worked extremely hard on this one, spending a few hours at night just drawing and setting the scenes.

Taegukgi - my 3rd attempt at a war movie, I think I did good.

And yeah, 'Taegukgi' as actually the name of a motion-picture, which inspired me to animate something similiar.

Thanks all.

Animated for the WarZone Competition running on - 2005 - ToughLuck



Rated 3.5 / 5 stars


This was a lot better than most stick figure movies. The graphics were good but it was a little short but then again it was made in 13 days. The sound was good but and it was a little violent. There wasnt any humor. Still i enjoyed it alot. keep up the good work


Rated 4 / 5 stars


nice M4-Sherman, i must say.

but i think one of them 40mm grenade launchers shoulda been used at least once (a good shot woulda knocked out that archaic tank)


Rated 1 / 5 stars

Eh... What's the point?

A big hype for nothing! No story. It's like watching a short clip from Saving Private Ryan but with stick figures.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Great potential

The design work was great, but I think you needed to do more work with the people. Stick figures just don't get the drama across.


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Hmm.... pretty good flash! sorta...

Hehe, I gave this a four. I've never seen Tagukgi (mom said it's too gory O_o but I heard it's really good! >< should I watch it? Probably hafta watch it with English captions though, since I'm bad at Korean... that is the movie you were referring to, right?)

Umm... the art could use a little work, but it was easy to tell who was which side and the guns and tank were drawn pretty well... overall good job, though I agree with the previous review, it could have been a little longer. O_o like what happens after.