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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


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!



ElDavidElDavid

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Great to see a 3D flash.

I enjoy the Leo and Satan series.
I had hoped it'd be longer.
One critique: In spite of wearing the red and cyan glasses I could see a ghostly double image. Specially around the eyes of the characters, as if the distance of the cyan and red colors was off by a bit.

Hope to see more.


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mohawkade responds:

This was only a test to see how well the stereoscopic works with 2D cartoons, I didn't want make a full episode without the approval of OneyNG.

Also you don't get the ghosting effect with the youtube version, just be sure to set the 3D to the Optimized (Dubois) colors to avoid the dramatic color contrasts.


Zombieslayer123454Zombieslayer123454

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Welll

Time to steal some 3d glasses...........thanks!

Really wanna see this in 3d. God, where can i get 3d glasses.........



yundiliyundili

Rated 4 / 5 stars

no 3d glasses :(

i wish there would be another version of this (no 3d).. and cross eyes makes me dizzy. x_x


mohawkade responds:

On you youtube version, you can turn the 3D off, and watch it in 2D. But sense this was an stereoscopic experiment, that'd be defeating the purpose of this video.


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.