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All of this takes place underneath the pool filter. It appears one of their best scientist have found weaknesses to the white demons...
This got a 3.00 when I submitted it, voting it down wont change the fact that it is a cool movie.
Watched the whole thing, twice.
To be honest, this was not that enjoyable, and i'll explain my reason, so you may improve your animation technique.
First off, characters: The design is too simplistic. Obviously some resemblance to Knox characters, Not say that it's a bad thing, but this style been over done too many times.
I'm not exactly sure if you did the script as a one time shot, or seperate lines...but i noticed that, when switching characters, your voice barely changed. And it was hard to follow what was going on.
Animation...if there was any, was very poor. I counted how many frames there were through the entire thing, and i got roughly 78 pictures counted. Also, the lighting was obscure, and changed several times during one scene. Meaning, what ever you used for lighting the "set", changed directions, and made this animation very choppy.
I heard only two jokes during the whole thing. The one where the guy says "30 seconds! THat's too long!", and "It's ok, they're not people, they're animals.". I tried to laugh, but it was just too lame of a joke.
Overall, i'm not impressed. Keep trying, you'll get it.
First off, the "They're not people they're animals" thing was not supposed to be a joke.
2. Well, if you include the scene where the white demon was burning, You will see that there was probably more than 3,000 frame's in my movie.
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