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Sinister Thought

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Sep 6, 2007 | 3:10 PM EDT

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A short tale about hatred around 1920.

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GuarapariBuziosArteGuarapariBuziosArte

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Good, very Good animation.



JoshF81JoshF81

Rated 5 / 5 stars

nice job

even if this was just a sort of "practice" thingy, it was still good in my opinion



SockofgreatjusticeSockofgreatjustice

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Nice

I liked the "lift your foot up and then punch" gag, the looping, and the awesome punch sound effect (how'd you make that?). When the guy peeks out from the spray can, some of his body is missing. You know where his torso is covering some of the can? A large chunk of his shoulder is gone.
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Did that guy's nose turn into a trumpet?



TheBoogleyTheBoogley

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

This is great!

I really liked it, it'd be great to have overlapping loops where this is happening in the background, with another loop happening in the foreground, and a few other looping animations, which all run at different timing and overlap in different ways. There was a Polish animation like that which won an oscar called Tango, which was brilliant, look it up and you'll see what I mean. Keep up the great work!


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eye-twistereye-twister

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

OK...

I have to say, honestly, I didn't get the point of the loop, if there was any. The animations was pretty good, but I didn't really find this animation to be funny. But that's my own opinion.
The loop gives the impression that something new is going to happen, but leaves me disappointed. It's not a bad animation, but I thought there would've been more.
And "djbdr248" was nice to defend you...
[he didn't need to be so hostile]
I'd like to see something from you with a little more depth, or more jokes...


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molkman responds:

It was more like, "animation practice", than a real film.