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Nov 6, 2011 | 1:52 AM EST
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Note: (This is in Black and White, as the bright Reds of Satan and cool Blues of Leo's Pajamas really contrast with Red & Cyan anaglyph glasses. If you wish to see the full color version on youtube, there are links at the beginning and end of the video.)

This was a little stereoscopic animation test made with the lovable characters created by Chris O'Neill and Sean Keily.

As short of a test this was, it took a lot longer to make than anticipated, but working and going to school tend to interfere with an animation project.

This was more or less a learning experience, working with animations in the 3rd Dimension. I certainly learned a lot and may make more animations like this in the future (still in 3D, though something else besides Leo & Satan).

I may make a tutorial on how to convert your 2D animations to 3D animations (on youtube) if I get enough requests for it, or a request by OneyNG himself.

Reviews


shrizumalonitoshrizumalonito

Rated 3 / 5 stars

Very good

You don't animate like Oney himself, but the watching it in 3D is great. However, the picture was quite blurry, but it was still okay. I watched it on Youtube and I was excited. The storyline is short but not that quite funny. But of course this is an experiment so, okay.


mohawkade responds:

I will admit, his animation style and mine do differ quite a bit. Though I tried mimicking some of his techniques, at some parts it felt more appropriate to use my own. Picture's a but blurry because of the flash compression >10 Mb, the original file is over 2 GB.


digirasengandigirasengan

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

I'm a fan of the series, but...

The plot of this installment is not up to the standards set by previous episodes. THAT SAID, the added 3D effect is fun (or so I imagine, I don't have 3D glasses) and a pretty cool thing to experiment with. Do I think the series should continue only with 3D effects? No. Do I think they could do something like this again? The bottom line is that while this installment didn't necessarily appeal to me, I like the idea of combining one of my favorite flash series with 3D.



EmperorMaxEmperorMax

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Intertesting.

Is something different Satan? Still a bit blurry with the glasses, but the effect is there. Leo and Satan may never get to sat their pancakes!



LazyMuffinLazyMuffin

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

Ehh

The blurriness really compensates for the lack of color!
Sorry, It just doesn't look that good even with the glasses on.

BUT THIS IS INDEED experimental, so I can't be too harsh.


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mohawkade responds:

That's why I recommend the youtube version. Blurriness can't really be helped due to flash compression issues.


best-soup-everbest-soup-ever

Rated 5 / 5 stars

interesting

It's a good thing i keep a few pairs of 3d glasses by my tv
u never know when u'll need them