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This was my final project for Ryerson University's film program.
a better quality version is here:
I'm sorry...? 4.14? No...
When I opened up this screen I expected another one of those cliche clay movies but I got something so different...
The animation was unique, not incredible admittedly but I loved the way it was done. It was meant to be imperfect and it suited the clay models very well. I'm not even sure how you got all those backgrounds, I'm guessing you're a team of people as I couldn't believe one person designed the whole set, especially that burnt down city one which also was incredible.
The voice acting was fantastic, not much more to be said there, you got the right people for the right roles, which by the way I loved the characters :)
The story was a little hard to follow but it was interesting and you could see what it was all about. It was certainly very imaginative and literally out of this world at points.
This shocked me overall because this isn't the kind of thing you see on Newgrounds, youtube or even the internet. I can just imagine this being on television and being a whole 2 hour movie. Truly this was spectacular.
You've got my vote.
thanks! the buildings in the city backgrounds were actually built by a team in Sweden for an unrelated music video... I was fortunate enough to have them send me photos, which I composited together with After Effects.
Amazing animation,movement,sound,story,and characters.
i would pay if this were a dvd and full length i would pay full price.
i like that it was like one of those movie i aways watch were planet of the ape, meet the roboats it was cool good work on the show
When it got to the end I was still hoping for more to come. There's a huge amount of work in this I can tell, it looked really nice and the voices of all the characters was great. This has ssems like it has much more potentail to be even longer and better. Its not to often I see stop-motions films on NG that are good, but this one takes the cake. Keep it up!
(P.S im voting on the film it was great!)
it captured my attention for a while, wich is more than i can say for some movies.
How will Kratos survive the Night?
A story about a kid and idk...
A short muisc video based on the classic song "The Window Cleaner" sung by George Formby
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