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Dec 4, 2011 | 8:58 PM EST
  • Daily Feature December 5, 2011

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A public service announcement inspired by the film version of War of the Worlds. I spent quite a bit of time on this one, hope you like it :)]

EDIT: In response to some recent reviews I will say this, Red Bull did NOT pay me to make this, so stop asking if they did. This is a parody animation I made for a recent competition. I wanted to use the theme of War of the Worlds because I think the tripod aliens are cool.

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NagnetoNagneto

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars December 5, 2011

lol not bad

It's Kinda cute.



Kene2Kene2

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars December 4, 2011

Very nice.

Great job on the animation style for the movie and the stroy. If this was a red bull commercial it would be the only one ot make me try to get red bull. We must stop the tripods at all costs.



halolegend20002halolegend20002

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars June 18, 2012

Lol were dead if they get there....somethings in the cans :3



RAENRAEN

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars December 5, 2011

I know this sounds silly...

and not to nit pick...but I think the part where you animated the pouring of the liquid was too long. And because it was too long...the viewer kind of noticed that the frames or animation was pretty weak at that point. I'm no expert but when I saw that...I definitely thought it brought down the animation in a partial way. Either animate a few different patterns to the liquid..or pan away from it faster. Its often how people can get away with bad animating cause they change scenes too fast for people to notice.

Of course the animation and music were solid and go togehter so great. Loved it :P Love the movie as well.

But yeah...something to think about.



RicePirateRicePirate

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars December 5, 2011

Great work man! And good luck!

Keep us posted on the contest results, and we can help vote or something :)

In terms of criticism, I'd suggest that the alien carries more weight when it falls. It felt a bit like a puppet getting it's strings cut (when it lost power), rather than a city-destroying Titan plummeting to the ground. Perhaps a slight delay as it attempts not to fall, or just a slower ease into collapsing, to build up effect of weight crashing down.

Just some thoughts :D


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