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Aug 1, 2011 | 11:14 AM EDT
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hello people!

here is a toon me and zip zipper have spent 8 months working on!

it's a silient horror film based on german expressionism!
honstly i am very very very happy with how it's came out the music the art it's just as we hoped it to be
it's made in a "paper craft" and it really works with the story (at least i think so) and zips music goes really well with the surreal style.

thats really it thanks just watch it and i hope you like it :D
thanks for watching!

holy crap thanks for the awards :D



Rated 5 / 5 stars

Oh My Gosh.

That was excellent. The way this flash shows exactly how depressing and sh*t life can be. The style of the flash was very well done and I loved the quirky-ness of it all. Everything in this flash was completely great, and around the ending I literally though I was gonna tear up a bit. You portrayed the depression of this flash perfectly and it definitely gripped me! Well Done!

lukegreencubeco responds:

thanks :)


Rated 5 / 5 stars


You should enter your work into film comps. Your style is brilliant and the emotion and music behind the animation is really moving

lukegreencubeco responds:

thanks alot


Rated 5 / 5 stars


The style is what got me. The cut outs didnt take away from it at all. very well done

lukegreencubeco responds:

Thanks alot :)


Rated 5 / 5 stars


I love the combination of paper art and silent film and the music fit each scene perfectly. No flaws here I give it a 10

lukegreencubeco responds:

Thank you so much


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Worthy of Recognition

What you have done here would make the great filmmakers of old very proud. It has been 20 years since I have even seen work of this kind or caliber. It is rare for me to have no complaints of critiques about something so I'll just say...

Thank you.

lukegreencubeco responds:

Thanks alot :) I would of loved to be a film maker back them when filmaking was an art