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Aug 15, 2009 | 12:37 AM EDT

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happy Clock Day

edit: sorry about the sound problems, hopefully they're sorted out now.



Rated 5 / 5 stars

Very original

I think most of us forgot that the clocks were just fruit, so this film was really refreshing (as was your previous clock day film). I like your story-telling style and choice of music here. Were you, by any chance, inspired by the manga 'Monster' by Urasawa Naoki? Your monster's features and habits strongly reminded me of it.

Munglai responds:

I haven't read Monster so I wouldn't know about that. Thanks for your nice words though.


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Clock day, Yay!

I was really looking forward to your clock day submission as I loved 'Easy Way Out'. Good job on this, loved the story and how it unfolded. Wish it were as longer, but felt this played well on the total time too.


Munglai responds:

Yeah I'd have liked to do a longer one but I only gave myself a tiny amount of time for this because I've got loads of other stuff I'm working on. I was going to do one with this huge David Bowie song but I didn't think I'd get it done so rrr. Thanks anyway pally.


Rated 5 / 5 stars


That was amazingly brilliant. I loved it. Nice colors, smooth animation, cute plot.

I also used a shitload of Tom Waits songs in my Flash which hopefully will be finished tomorrow. Well done!


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Oh wow Munglai

Give us all a chance to win Clock Days wouldn't you now :D


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Wonderful to behold

In a manner of fantasy, this flash was a wonder, keeping a simplistic style helped root the fantasy behind it, yet also making myself ask questions about it.

Who was this man that ate clocks around the world?
why did the clocks not have clockhands?

so on and so forth, it felt like you were giving the flash somewhat of a storybook point of view.

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Munglai responds:

The no hands thing was mostly just because I couldn't get them to look right in the style. I wanted the man to stand out more than the clocks and having black clock hands everywhere made his black body less eye-catching.