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Oct 28, 2009 | 2:09 AM EDT
  • Daily Feature October 29, 2009
  • Weekly 4th Place November 4, 2009

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The fantastic geological formations that litter the surface of the desert planet Ouroboros are not its only natural wonder. Many diverse life forms dwell amongst the towering hoodoos, sweeping arches, and massive cliffs. Unbeknownst to each individual creature, his or her existence is only a small part of a perpetual and interconnected cycle. Geometric impossibilities and anomalous laws of physics present themselves at the most unexpected moments. Great multitudes wage brutal battles over frivolous differences. Motile beings transform into sessile plants, death gives way to life and the cycle begins again.

Sorry I haven't posted in so long. I started this in February but animated 80% of it over the past month. I hope you enjoy it and thanks for watching!


Edit: Thanks everyone for the daily feature and the great reviews!

(2009) Christian Madsen/ Villainous Turtle Cinema



Rated 5 / 5 stars

God, people!

Ouroboros is used in lots of things, like Res. 5 or Hatching Magic. That's like saying that Borderland's planet called Pandora can't be called that because some woman in Greek Mythology opened a box. Please investigate things like this and think before you speak!

Anyway, great movie...


Rated 5 / 5 stars

To Rebopin

And everyone else thinking that uroboros is just some virus from resident evil. Uroboros is the hole point of this animation. If you don't know what it is look it up.

I love how you throw in the symbol at the end. I'm sure hardly anyone got that.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

Well, impresive

Its was very impresive, and funny, you deserve 10/10


Rated 5 / 5 stars


resident evil 5 the virus is called uroboros


Rated 5 / 5 stars


that is the main thing that comes to mind. weird.

then comes good this is really awsome totally faved

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