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May 4, 2012 | 9:29 PM EDT
  • Daily 2nd Place May 6, 2012

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Author Comments

This film was the end result of my senior year of college at Philadelphia University in the animation program. Although I'm not entirely thrilled about everything in this film, it is what it is, and considering the time restraint, I'm relatively happy with it, but also quite happy to be done.

Everything that you see in this film was made by me. I made the textures, the rigs, the animations, the models, everything except for the voices and sound effects. Sound effects were used, courtesy of Apple Loops and freesound.org, and special thanks in voice acting to Sean Chiplock, Rina-chan, and Kimlinh Tran.

Made in Autodesk Maya and Adobe After Effects.

Edit: Frontpaged, wow! I'm glad that there are people who actually like this! Thank you so much, Newgrounds! :D

Also, the Newgrounds movie player for non-swf files is a bit unreliable, so if the movie isn't loading, you can also watch it here!

http://youtu.be/-mKHQuYlG Lc

(note you have to remove the space)

Reviews


jibbodahibbojibbodahibbo

Rated 4 / 5 stars May 9, 2012

Pretty neat. any reason why you didn't subdivide the polygons using mesh smooth(not sure what it's called in maya) for any of the models? Awesome texturing and lighting, pretty good animation, the walking and running just seemed too robot to me though, It didn't look as nice as your other animated parts.
also, what was your overall render time?


Genwhite240 responds:

Glad you like it. I originally went with the un smoothed bodies because the entire thing was meant to be low poly, and I wanted that to be a known thing, so I didn't smooth the body. But then by accident, I wound up smoothing all the heads, and by the time I noticed, I already rendered about half of the project, and couldn't go back to re-render.

So, total render time is hard to calculate, since I rendered it out on multiple computers over several days, but I guess my BEST guess would be probably about 15-20 hours for the shots, and about 25 minutes for the actual movie render.


doppler73doppler73

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars May 8, 2012

This is really good!

The only thing that needs fixing is the audio. A bit staticy here and there...


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NotAlwaysNotAlways

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars May 8, 2012

The story was interesting, although cliche, and although the animation was crude, it has a unique charm to it. I look forward to seeing more from you in the future.


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lududludud

Rated 5 / 5 stars May 8, 2012

the 3-D modles remended me of the good o'l playstation days



jimbobmuffincakejimbobmuffincake

Rated 1 / 5 stars May 8, 2012

It's been loading with that little spinny thing for almost 20 minutes now. Is this what I am supposed to expect?