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Dec 16, 2007 | 11:48 AM EST
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This was a project that ran in early Autumn but kind of faded out with all the shenanigans that i get myself into. Anyway the concept of this was fairly simple, one artist animates a chunk then passes it on to the next one, the next artist has to find a way to pick up from where the previous artist left off and then add his own spin to it. Its a snowball effect if you will.

It's pretty short and sweet, i'll try and get a few more of these going next year on a semi-regular basis.

Special thanks to anyone that took interest in the project, specially my pal The-Swain.

The audio for anyone wondering is called the Tritsch-Tratsch Polka, by Johann Strauss Jr.

Reviews


ThundarosThundaros

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Hmmm

Overall it was pretty good. I feel that it could of been better, however you guys did put some good effort into it, so good job.



NewGManNewGMan

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Yeah, could have been longer.

With so many artists, it mustn't have taken too long to do. I love the way everything converts into a new scene. Also, good choice of music.



Daedo-The-MofoDaedo-The-Mofo

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Short but sweet

Well this is a simply fantastic idea, and it worked well considering the constraints everyone was under. the animation matched the music well, and whilst it looked simplistic, it still looked damn good.


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KyleSpencerKyleSpencer

Rated 4 / 5 stars

lolz

pretty funny, i like how they all joined together, like the guys walking down the stairs that were actually a mouth..well thought out!



that1andonlythat1andonly

Rated 4 / 5 stars

what?

What does it all mean?

I guess randomness is great for intertainment.
I mean look at Robot chicken.

Oh well... I gave it a 5. It did have great animation.

ps
sorry for spelling.