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Aug 21, 2011 | 4:32 AM EDT

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An animated life-form was discovered a few years back. Inside lived a world of chaos and creation.

Revolution : Mech v1.0

** The animation is a bit fast-paced, but you can always replay.

Thanks for watching.

** The world is not ready, but the revolution is still coming.



Rated 1 / 5 stars August 21, 2011

heh yeah but im sorry man

i agree with Kelysa


Rated 2.5 / 5 stars August 21, 2011


not sure about this one.... the branching out of the mechanical parts and stuff was good, but then i really just didnt get was going on when the screen went yellow and red. if i could give you a tip: just make the animation more objective, more "obvious". by that i mean that make it so that everyone gets what you're trying to show. the title was the only thing that made me go "oh, those are mechanical parts"

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videoJoe responds:

The first views of atoms and molecules were neither obvious nor objective. Therefore, this animation, despite being a first attempt, allows people to see the Revolution Mech. As a sketch, if you will, it does not have to be anything other than pure content. Considerations, convenience and compliment are all technical concerns that develop over time.

Unfortunately, I doubt that you really see the beauty of what is going on here. Look again, I have seen the revolution, and I will invest time in revealing it more, but I really am not doing it for people who don't look beneath the surface.


Rated 0.5 / 5 stars August 21, 2011

ill never watch again

:( ehhh not my cup of tea

videoJoe responds:

Why would you drink someone else's tea and open your mouth about it so confidently?


Rated 4 / 5 stars August 21, 2011

It's a little rough around the edges...

But still really good! Very artsy, I like it! 8/10 and 4/5.

videoJoe responds:

Thanks, it's really a sketch of a much greater piece, and I wanted to share it.


Rated 5 / 5 stars August 21, 2011


Wow, this was a real trip to say the least. I might go as far as to call it a masterpiece.
I was really enthralled from the beginning and it kept my attention all the way through.
It felt organic as it branched out and flowed from shape to shape, but also scary and mechanized with its angular, interconnected portions. From your comments about it, I imagine that was the intent. Great execution.
The music choice was spot on as well. Haunting and inspiring at the same time.
Well done.

videoJoe responds:

Thanks tremendously, you can see the beauty in a powerfully inspirational piece. It is one of my favorites, with tons of promise, along its style.