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Jul 20, 2011 | 2:38 PM EDT
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The story of a man named Orange and his life in a black and white world.

Our team recently took part in a local 48 hour animation challenge competition here in Perth, Western Australia. We were given the words "Orange", "Disguise" and "Pride". We ended up winning the competition!

This animation was a collaborative effort between:
Sam Johnson (coughing-dog)
Luis Logam (Awkward-Squid) *Waiting on co-author request
Ross O'Donovan (RubberNinja)
Trent Hudson (HandsomeSloth)
Chantelle White (DrFreemantt)

The music is by "The J. Arthur Keens Band" and can be found for download here: m/discography/8BP121
The songs used are "Cluck" and "Low Tide".



Rated 5 / 5 stars

i already knew

being diffrent is bette then being normal;)


Rated 5 / 5 stars


But wait. If they had to paint the world around them because it didn't change into colors by their touch. Then wouldn't they have to murder someone, grind them up, and mix them with water to make paint?! lol jks, jks. I liked it a lot. Good job :)

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

How come his parents were black and white?

they never touched him once in his whole life? Or they are immune to technocolor..?

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

Really nice video!

The art style kind of veered off for a second when he got splashed with the water. I think that kind of threw off the flow of things. I'm nit-picking...but I just thought I'd share my thoughts. Really liked the whole style and art of the video..but just that little change of art style (in the facial expressions) takes a bit away from the imagery you convey regarding how basic the world is. Almost overdid the facial expressions from my point of view for that given scene.

Dont get me wrong loved the video though!


Rated 5 / 5 stars


This is so perfectly awesome! You don't get to see stuff like this on a daily basis. More like a once in a lifetime experience. VERY nice job there :D Loved this.

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