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by The Teller-Ulam Design
Composed and Performed by Colin Frank
Directed and Animated by Sean LeBlanc
Recorded by Caleb "The Crab" Moran courtesy of Mr. Steve of CHS
'In Perspectives' is a song of relaxation off The Teller-Ulam Design's latest album, 'The Lexicon'.
To watch on youtube, go to http://www.youtube.com/wa tch?v=LnpCy6n3_A0
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I cant say (and won't) that the animation is bad. I really can't. But nothing really happened that kept me thinking "what's gonna happen next?". The music felt kind of repetitive as well, and it did fit the animation, meaning, not much entertainment value there either. that said I liked the color and the animation style.
i felt it was good
it was good but the outline the characters left didn't really bring anything to the animation but other then that like the music and the animation it self was interesting and creative. good job!
The good and the bad
This was good for the sound, It was soft and sweet with no delay and dullness. The art was good because it is a new style I haven't seen yet, you gotta respect the new people. The way it started really grabbed me so you get points on that.
The bad is the story line. Either it has none and was meant to be a music video then you did a good job at that. The ending sucked, where it shows those pictures moving inward to show another picture was ok but when it ended in the blabs head sucked.
Other then that it was good and bad, you just need to recheck your plan if you really want 10 stars.
KInda lost me in the end
animations great, but its like you where going in one direction and took a sharp turn and went another and completely lost me
Basically, i didn't find this enjoyable.
Though the animations were awesome, that is.
I suppose it was meant to be like this, but still having nothing but pictures and animations just gets a bit boring.. I could only notice this was some artistic stuff... but that is just it.
The return of Dr. Bees!
Goling about and preventing things.
He was working in a whip shop in Flushing, Queens...
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