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Sep 16, 2010 | 11:04 PM EDT
  • Daily 2nd Place September 18, 2010

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after playing metal gear solid peace walker and encountering this certain boss character called the Pupa, i knew i just had to animate it for myself. it was just so flexible and agile. in the game, it reminds me of a little playful child with a knife running around.

for my version i wanted to get the knife out of the equation and now its a harmless little playful child robot thing. notice the schoolbag attached to the hind quarters of the machine.

it may not be true "flash animation" but then again i've seen clay being used as a medium of entertainment here heh. please enjoy this short animation. :)

modelled rigged and animated by myself.

Reviews


ItAcHiSaSuKeFaNItAcHiSaSuKeFaN

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Thaat was awesome!

I can wait to see more of theese incredible animations!



XulLupusx8XulLupusx8

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Ghost in Shell

The robot looks like it came from Ghost in Shell then a Metal Gear Solid game to me. But that is my opinion. Other than that everything is as smooth as a baby's butt.



jonin1982jonin1982

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Very Promissing

smooth animation and emotions.Im giving 10 stars hoping for more advanced work of you



TheKing213TheKing213

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

wow

very good i love the animationen



MadCriticMadCritic

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

WAHT JOO GOT 4 ME FOO¿

DAT SUM PREMO videogame style cut scene man. did remind me of borderlands. the motion vibrant, and you 100% have achieved the the style of motion, vibration, and direction in your animation which i don't know what word to use to describe the style of animation you have achieved. i know there has to be a word to use to classify the animation form you successfully made.
i think you have the skill in the level of your animation ability you could take any random form with any random object and successfully pull off a perfected example of the form you have captured. Baby Pupa star character was at times behaved more like a Baby Kita at times :Þ You took an idea, took it out of your had, and successfully brought it into existence.

Good Job.

I have a question: How many hours you take for this to become the finished product?


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NightShadowTWO responds:

this was done over the course of a few weeks. on and off of course. but if i were to work on this non stop, i would say it'll take about two days and a half just for animation. you mad critic you.