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A vaguely Wonka-ish movie I made about the energy source that I have the pleasure of living just a few miles from.
The voices were different in volume. I could barely hear one guy, and another was a bit too loud.
The plot itself was a bit plain; not much humor, an average amount of info, didn't parody the book a lot.
The change to atmosphere at the end was a bit sudden.
Thanks for the review. Thanks to Audacity and some practice I've gotten the voice acting better in my future flashes.
Wow, we get to 23 billion in population before everyone goes nuke crazy? you're much more optomistic than I am.
In part I wanted this to be part of a larger narrative that involves some more futuristic tech and I figured our population would be much larger than then, although the stresses that such a population would put on resources, space, and infrastructure would most likely play a factor in why we would go so nuke crazy in the first place. Thanks for the review.
The art was very nice throughout the entire thing, and there were times I would call it beautiful.
The whole thing was eerie and a little haunting. I liked it, for the most part. My biggest complaint would be in regards to the voice acting. The music often overpowered the voices; some of them I couldn't even hear. I didn't particularly like the voice of your "Willy Wonka" guy at first, but it definitely grew on me, and toward the end he started sounding more twisted, more corrupt.
Animation wasn't so great, but the quality of your art really makes up for it. And you talked about something really interesting, something other people can learn from. Nuclear plants are fascinating, and you portrayed them and our potential future in a really neat way. It was a little surreal. So... nice job.
Thanks! I was aiming to have things at a higher level of detail which unfortunately made things more difficult to animate. That being said, there will be a lot more movement in another project that i am currently working on. With the help of another Clock with more experience in mixing audio, I should be able to balance the voice acting better in my future endeavors.
I'm glad you like the art, I put a lot of effort into the design of things. Hopefully I'll soon get better at adding more animation to compliment it.
Thanks for the review.
eerie yet insightful
sad but inspired
for it is true that although this is one of our worst possible endings.
These clock animations really are something.
What was even more amazing is how they included a backstory of how our world became their world.
A short film about a park bench
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