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Apr 19, 2010 | 9:11 PM EDT
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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.



Rated 5 / 5 stars


Excllent movie, animation, grafics, a little sad, but beautiful, and too short, but, amazing!!!!


Rated 5 / 5 stars


man you really got me with this animation, it was simple but in the same time profound and beautiful, the search for the comunication and friendship with someone even if this someone is a crane, a inanimate object, is the most natural behavior of the human beings, and you captured this essence fo behaviour and translated it to a visual medium of comunication that is the nimation, preety well done and touches de deepest part of my heart sommy all 5 stars belong to you and keep the good work.


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Rated 5 / 5 stars

animation was nice

i really liked the animation...the story......ill get back to you on that when ive figured it out


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Wow, ok.

I am genuinely perplexed. I have no idea what to say about this animation.

I really liked it though. I'll watch it again now.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

Holy shit

The is some great quality work right there.
I mean, The artwork was amazing, the animation was amazing, the sound was amazing.
I wish more flashes where done with this amount of detail and effort. And you did the 3d surprisingly well considering it was done with 2d objects.
Very well done!

redminus responds:

Why thank you, sir. Perhaps we can collab sometime if you want a background artist for an Edwin episode? That is, if you want the filesize to quadruple, heh.