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Nov 4, 2010 | 2:13 AM EDT
  • Daily 2nd Place November 5, 2010

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Wind In The Wires
A love song for electricity
November 2009 – October 2010
7175 frames running at 25 frames per second
43 shots, 1793 symbols and 28 layers
Total running time: 4 minutes and 46 seconds
Programs used – Adobe flash CS3-5

Written and Directed by – Ryan Catania
Art and Animation by – Ryan Catania
Music by – Patrick wolf

Our planet is dying. The industrial revolution is taking over our land; it is all about expanding and creating. The world is stripped of color, pollution fills the sky and nature is slowly decaying. The air is hot and thick as oxygen fades. In this wasteland there are two lovers, broken apart inside. As the waves crash and the birds cry, there is only one last remaining shine of hope that still blooms in what has now become an electrical world; love.
Based on the lyrics and music of Patrick wolfs 2005 single - Wind in the wires.

The animation was created for my major project during my second year studying my " Advance diploma in multimedia and animation".

Mark: HD

EDIT - DAILY 2ND PLACE - i cannot thank everyone enough for this award. Thank you for watching and voting. i really appreciate it, thank you!

EDIT- FRONT PAGE! I'm absolutely speechless, i cannot thank everyone enough, this is a massive privilege and achievement for me. I'm so happy that everyone has enjoyed my Animation and touched them in one way or another. Thank you all for your reviews,comments and support. Thank you!



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

quite disturbing..

i loved the writeup, cause it helped to explain alot, but i personally feel there was too much emphasis on gore. like blood, and blood, and more blood etc. cant deny that it is highly artistic, but that was just soured by the excessive blood. haha. imo. keep up the great work, i love your style.


Rated 5 / 5 stars


this video is so deep. its a great music video and a good song


Rated 5 / 5 stars


sad and deep its a shame this didnt have a slightly better ending


Rated 5 / 5 stars


And, of course, I must give kudos to ANYONE who appreciates Patrick Wolf. That man is a genius. You did really good with such an interesting interpretation of this song, too.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Very good, but....

Ahhh! Bad End!