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Dec 21, 2011 | 1:59 AM EST
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Directed by/background art: Greg Bartlett (ZEEDOX)
Character Animator: Josiah Brooks (JAZZA)

"Chasing Comets in my Garage" song by REASONER

I started a year and a half ago on Comet when Reasoner was looking for a music video to be created for a song from his album. Being a huge fan of his work, I was excited to help out. It ended up more ambitious than I imagined and eventualy I teamed up with Jazza. I'm hugely thankful to him for making this project possible at the quality I was aiming for.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars


really love how u manage to get the child's dream into an adventure
Pretty well done


Rated 5 / 5 stars


The music goes perfectly with the animation. Very nice work!


Rated 5 / 5 stars


Today was very stressful for me, but now I feel a bit better.
Thanks :D


Rated 5 / 5 stars

I have a tear in my eye

Loved the music, loved the backgrounds and the imagination put on this

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Rated 4 / 5 stars


As an avid listener to Reasoner for some years, I've really been looking forward to this music video. I'm glad that one of my favorite studios was able to lend their hand in its making as well. The art was very clean and detailed, and the timing with scenery and music was also well done.

However, I did find the cartoon-ish character design to be abrasive towards the mood of the music and the animation at times. I believe a style aiming towards a bit more realism would've fit better, even though it 'is' JAZZA's trademark style. I also found that the plot managed to stray away from the original motive of comets for the animation and even the music. The story was fairly interesting still, though maybe a bit, dare I say it, random at times? Characters and ideas were introduced into a scene very quickly and without warning, which conflicted with the smooth and flowing nature of the music.

Overall, both the animation and music was high-quality, though they weren't always consistent in their intent. Great job to JAZZA and company, and great job to Reasoner for releasing his first album (about a year ago). Looking forward to future releases from both!

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