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Feb 5, 2010 | 12:06 AM EST
  • Daily 3rd Place February 6, 2010

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Thanks for the front page guys!
My final project for my freshman animation class at UArts for the fall 2009 semester. Basically what we have to do is take an animator or animation studio's style and make a 30 second long animation (I'm going beyond that because I'm an asshole.) So I chose Don Hertzfeldt and added a bit of my own style to it and there you go.
NOTE: I originally had more planned out for the ending to get a better understanding of what was happening throughout the whole movie, but due to time constraints I had to throw it out the window. Maybe one day I'll make another one and it will help explain this.

30 FPS, shot mostly on 1's. We only had about 3 weeks to get these finished.

And it appears that it's not letting me post the updated version of this movie with the replay button fixed. Sorry everyone. If you do want to replay it, you can just right click on the movie and press play.



Rated 3 / 5 stars

Interesting Aasthetic.

Very well done, I like the whole Don-Hertzfelt thing you did with the background.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

One thing that i have to say

that floating eyeball is an asshole. but other that, awesome movie.


Rated 5 / 5 stars


that was awesome and confusing at the same time. Great work!


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars


well, I was going to ask if you intended to look Don Hertzfeldt-y, and then I read your description. Haha.
I think you captured his look, but not his style. Your animation also appeared sort of awkward at points (example spinning room, when the roots grab him, etc.)
Good job, but I think you have potential to put together a better story.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars


music awesome
visuals awesome

story: lacking. I was left empty at the end.
everybody loves a plot twist
but your twist was MEH. sorry maybe I just didn't get it.

Should get you an a for the class.

cinematography awesome

you could go far. Keep on!

flash version of THX 1138

Show us what you can do when you team up with
a storyteller or screen-writer of sorts.


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