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Apr 19, 2010 | 9:11 PM EDT
  • Daily Feature April 21, 2010

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My first solo flash submission!??! Just kind of a short experiment.. do pardon the file size, I know it's a little on the short side. A five-day exercise based on a story a professor of mine once told me. I'll spare the details so you can decide what it means for yourself.

Done entirely in Flash CS3 and Photoshop CS2 (including the 3D looking stuff, which is actually only some 2D trickery)... rendered to video because the number of simultaneous filters and effects in some parts tend to make Flash players seriously unhappy :0
It actually took me longer to sort out the file formatting than it did to animate and draw... go figure?!

Using the "dim the lights" feature kind of helps too.

Plz do enjoy.
Thx

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kolpacinokolpacino

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Real Shit

Waooww video is great. It blowed up my mind.



DarkArtisanDarkArtisan

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Hmm

That video was very profound. I think it's supposed to let the viewer interoperate it's meaning for themselves. I saw it as innocence in the face of industry. Other people have seen it as other things. I don't disagree with any either. The animation was made perfectly if this was its intention. If not I'm not sure what the bollocks is going on.


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jettankjettank

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

that baby scares me...

...it just does...

"memmememmememmememeh"



JamesBorneJamesBorne

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Great!

It's like when we were all kids and we believed we could do anything like control the weather and move objects without touching them. But as we grow older we realize it's impossible


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sh0gu1nga0nsh0gu1nga0n

Rated 4 / 5 stars

nice work with the 3D

The artwork was fine, yet the message was one that was very hard to get imo.
There is not much content, but what I can get from it is the message that humans are curious and greed by nature :/ since babies exhibit our most basic nature


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