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Nov 9, 2008 | 3:18 PM EST
  • Daily 3rd Place November 10, 2008

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What if a key actor of a certain movie was replaced with a certain Big Box Office Smash Hit Movie Star from Austria?
In that Galaxy far far away, the terrible death planet cannon is aimed at the home base planet of the heroic rebel forces! The end is near for all that is good and white in the universe! Only a small grain of hope remains. The building plans of the death planet has fallen into the hands of the rebels. The planet of doom has a weak point! The Rebel forces send their best pilots, lead by Lutze Skyscraper!
But can even Lutze prevail against the menacing Dark Vader?!

Thank you for all the feed back, guys!

In response to complains about the sound quality, I went back to my flash file, increased the bit rate and republished the film. Thankfully this awesome site allows for updates in mid stream.

I should clarify the credits.
The writing, ideas Nic and I worked out together.
Nic Quesnel did all the voices except one.
Earle Peach composed the music and added sound FX
Markus Radtke (Me) directed and animated the film.
Sudden Remakes 1 was roughly three month in the making.

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BlakantBlakant

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars November 10, 2008

I'M USING THE FORCE!!!!

Wow, dude... NICE!!!!
The movie are well detailed in every scene, it look like in the original movie!
The character r well drawn but try to improve a lil bit more in the lipsych...
Well, done! CHEERS!

Goodluck for the frontpage!!!

PS : Did Arnord Swe-what-ever-his-name-is did the VA?


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KartuneHustlaKartuneHustla

Rated 5 / 5 stars November 9, 2008

Incredibly detailed drawings....Disney deatialed!

The character designs were incredibly well done. It reminds me alot of the way disney characters look, especially the eyes. The line art is incredibly smooth, something i find i try to deal with alot. It seems like you put alot of time into making the art super detailed. It feels like this was a storyboard sequenced colorized. Its fine that its done like this, but it would have really blown my mind even more if there was more work done in the animation. It fills like its missing the inbetween artist to put in the extra frames. Overall it was well done. I have to say that I am still jealous at the character designs. I strive for a disney look alot, and i never get the eyes right haha. But you did it justice. So yeah, inbetweens are definitely needed in the toon. Other than that, I give it a five for the comedy and detailed drawings. Can't wait to see what else you have in store


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Cavebird responds:

So yeah no inbetweens here.
I did spend a lot of time with character design.
I grew up on Disney of course but now I look to things like Teen Titans
(Glen Murakami) and the new Spectacular Spiderman (Sean Galloway). Great design of people drawn simply.


PuffballsUnitedPuffballsUnited

Rated 4 / 5 stars November 9, 2008

Great Idea!

The idea was really awesome and original. The voices were well done and the art was great. My only gripe is that the animation was a little below expectations. The frames per second could have been turned up for a better and smoother movie.
I'm looking forward to the next installment, but I hope that it isn't as jumpy as this one.


Cavebird responds:

Yes, inbetweens would make the film better.
This is really a film of cleaned up breakdowns.
I worked from the bottom up and just ran out of gas at this point.


ckfsh123ckfsh123

Rated 5 / 5 stars November 9, 2008

Really nice man

I luv it it was very funny and very well made



thedo12thedo12

Rated 4 / 5 stars November 9, 2008

good

it was preety good, only sugestion i have is to make it a bit smoother, the animation is good now, but just takeing a bit more tiem to smooth it out would do wonders.


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Cavebird responds:

I try to make the most with very few frames.
I call it two frame animation.
A good pose can go a long way.
So yeah I spend more time with individual drawings.