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Dec 27, 2009 | 4:19 PM EST
  • Daily 2nd Place December 28, 2009

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A tactical deep infiltration into a major Recton military base in outer space. The Trilia DIU are dropped in via stealth penetration to disable Vector C turret systems. Enjoy.

I started StickMenFutureConcepts almost 1 year ago to explore the awes and curiosities of the future.
From there this became an on and off again project, sometimes experiencing absences for months. It was high time a week ago that I unearth this project and decide to finish it by the end of 2009. Here it is, SMFC.
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btw, theres a hidden scene(in scene selection)

Reviews


GrandejimmyGrandejimmy

Rated 4 / 5 stars

awesome

ok i really liked this. i really like the camera, the shaky camera gave the action a nice affect. maybe a little to shaky at time. the camera work gave what would have been mundane action a more vibrant feel.
oh and the sound was awesome to.

Thank You


watsdis responds:

the camera work is part of the journey you as the viewer is experiencing.
i would like all viewers to fully immerse themselves in the flash. the camera movements are your thoughts, and i try to think what the viewer is thinking as they experience the infiltration and match it as closely as i can to those thoughts.
thanks for the review


HypNosE777HypNosE777

Rated 5 / 5 stars

awesome

I like this one alot ! :D
you ware really captured by it and felt action pretty much all the time! :D
tumbsup!


watsdis responds:

'captured' 'felt'
thanks for the review!


MyLastBulletMyLastBullet

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Amazing!!

Has a great Star Warsy feel to it. The music also added to the effect. Great sfx and animation was well done. However, the camera was a bit too jittery so you lose a point for that. Overall, amazing animation. Why not join FluidAnims?


watsdis responds:

i cant say im sorry for the jitteryness, but it is all part of my effort to instill frequency and urgency into the thoughts of the Trilia
thanks for the review!


tinner1212tinner1212

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

really excellent, Except

First of all, good job man! Keep up the work. I'd love a sequel, maybe some action of attack teams trying to board an enemy cruiser.

I have two issues:
One, the screen-shake effect. Tone it down a bit, please? You shook the screen around a little too much to make it seem faster and more intense and just enough to make it hard to focus on the movie.

Two: the sounds were a bit grating on my ears. I don't know how else to describe it, but look into slightly softer sounds, perhaps? And I don't mean 'softer' in the musical sense, which means quieter, but I would expect futureguns to have really excellent silencers, y'know? More like fftfft or pewpew than BANGBANGBANG.

By the way the lightsaber knife was way cool. I also like how the characters don't look quite real. It has an aesthetic to it and it also probably makes it easier to animate. Jolly good show, man. It would deserve a best of the week if not for the screen-shake thing.


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watsdis responds:

yes the shaky camera is just an idea to bring across the urgency of the Trilia.
the sounds used were part of an extensive process to bring across the hostility and brutality of the military base.
the 'aesthetic' u mention is part of my effort to make the animations 'flow'.
thanks for the review!


undergroundwhaleundergroundwhale

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Oh man

Cant wait for that sequel !!


watsdis responds:

have u seen the hidden scene yet? it will give you a small clue to what to expect in the sequel
thanks for the review!