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Habitat

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Apr 3, 2006 | 9:43 PM EDT

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This was meant to match the song written by the AP's Gwave.

This is a piece that took about a week to do. It's all frame-by-frame, except for the cloud scene, and it's almost 1000 redrawn frames. Lots of work went into this one, and I'm pretty satisfied with it. Coloring a frame-by-frame is a pain, though!

It's basically about a God-like blue guy who makes all the necessary factors for a flower's habitat and then creates the flower himself.

Hope you like it.

~ tricolor ~

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skrator532skrator532

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Amazing

I wish that that it was longer but that would take alot of time and I love how it shows all the work to make something so small and how that relates to how much work you put in to make this beautiful but short animation



ThrashWolfThrashWolf

Rated 4 / 5 stars

cool

Actually, I liked it, and I gave it 4/5.



ZeRo-PrImEZeRo-PrImE

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

I loved it.

I liked the kind of perception it shows for god, it does't really show him as this great being of might and power, just as a blue guy that has the ability to create things easily. I really liked the music too, its the rain song from Zelda Ocarina Of Time. Anyways good job man.


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tricolor responds:

Dude, what's up? Thanks for the review; it was very kind. I don't like this movie that much, since my drawings are much better now... But, still, it's nice to hear from ppl you know (on the net).

Peace and out, and I'll see you on the BBS.


superlunksuperlunk

Rated 4 / 5 stars

That was cool.

I liked the music, and it was a smooth animation.


tricolor responds:

Danke schoen. It needs work, but it's done now. Expect better soon! Cheers.


ArktwstArktwst

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Very Philiosophical

Indeed. Good art work my friend, good choice of music.


tricolor responds:

Thanks, mate. I 'ppreciate the understandin'.