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This is the opening scene to a short film that I worked on over the summer called AMMUT'S ANGEL. If you want to learn more about the film than just go to the website link in the movie.
wow...... that's quite gruesome, you can be kinda cruel to your characters can't you.
that was pretty sick
Wait, this is a short film you made and you didn't submit the whole thing? I imagine it must at least be pretty long for a short film. Anyway, this was pretty cool to look at. This is one of the first times in awhile where you had a hot looking woman in one of your works. Most of your art pieces consist of those, so I was wondering why you didn't have them there. It would be great for you to just release a montage of your sexy pictures.
With those notions pushed aside, this is a good cartoon. I like how you don't know how she's going to kill the cop. I thought maybe she'd just leave him to die at one point, but she knows better. There could have been some more voice acting, though. Of course, the action itself tells the story.
Very good video!
The most interesting thing I've seen so far...
I'm familiar with some of your prior work, so when I found out you had a halloween submission I was pretty stoked.
The animation for the most part was pretty good, sadly it didn't seem as smooth as it could have. What was the "frames per second" setting used? It seemed to be 12-14, I think it would have looked better if you used the standard 24 F.P.S., then again you may not have been able to meet the halloween deadline if you did that.
At times the tweened car sequences were cringe inducing, while I can understand how difficult cars are to animate given the music video I did for the band "Tank Half Full". I still feel you could have chosen more strategic shots to animate, regardless cars are hard to animate so I can sympathize.
The artwork is where this cartoon really stands out, it's rare to see grittier "americana" style art represented in cartoons anymore, it reminded me of the artwork on H.B.O.'s "Hellspawn" television series. You did a good job on the shading, and while the drawings weren't always animated perfectly, I can be more lenient than I was on "The life of Gregory Brown", since the artwork is significantly more complex. Also the character designs were unique, if a little too "eccentric" for my taste, although they work within the context of the story.
The sound effects were all pretty solid, so no complaints there.
The extra's were a nice addition, I really liked the concept art, and some of the promotional artwork as well.
I hope you'll continue the series, I'm not sure your series it's going to appeal to me based on the preliminary cartoon, but I would like to see at least one more since it seems to be targeted towards a mature audience, that's something refreshing.
Thank you for the well thought out review. The next episode will appear on the official website tomorrow. The link is in this video.
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