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PALADIN episode 5 part 1

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Jul 6, 2007 | 8:03 AM EDT
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::ATTENTION!!:::

DO NOT vote poorly because of lag as the result of the detail I put into this.
There is a LAG FREE VIDEO version on youtube I encourage people to see (go to my website for details) if this version lags for them.

This animation and its second part have taken over a year and a half of FULL TIME work to complete. It's all a one man production so please vote accordingly, because in the end all that time in making this finale, has been utilized to make something as entertaining to you all as possible. ENJOY!!

Reviews


Silent-Tony-JaaSilent-Tony-Jaa

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

I love your characters they look fantastic.

One thing you have false on making is that you don't make your characters blink. You know there eyes just open wide until the end of the episode you got to make them move realistic. Overall you actually move there faces and body realistic but not the eye blink part. Make them blink like once or two not everytime though.



TheRecuritTheRecurit

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Amazing

absolutyly brillant, completly convicnes me to watch part two as usual the animation and charator design were perfect no faults i could tell heoping to see more after the series



tedyrotedyro

Rated 5 / 5 stars

its was short but great

wow that was way good way to start it and it makes me want to watch part two. I like how u made it short so that it makes u want to watch whats next i love it



WignarWignar

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Epic and more emotional than the previous entries

How sad... I won't put any spoilers, but that was a nice twist. Were those bone prisons? Or perhaps simply wood. Once again a great piece of work, a little short but I get the feeling as your work expands, you use up more filespace. It was nice to see the dialogue between hero and villain, and to see that Auron, while doing what he knows is right, does not have a ton of personal motivation for what he does, because he simply can't relate to what happened to the world. His was a sheltered life.

This has me charged to watch part 2, so I'll have to go do that now. Good work with the plot, and maintaining the level of quality you've managed to reach with this series.



aiden931aiden931

Rated 5 / 5 stars

great start two episode five

good like the pattern on the door and why did that evil dude have to kill the crow that crow was cool.

great start to episode 5.

...going to watch the other one