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Oct 11, 2012 | 10:26 PM EDT
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THE final entry to NATA 2012.

Audio by Buoy - used with permission.



Rated 5 / 5 stars

I wonder what he achieved for killing a random man.

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Emrox responds:

Maybe money.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Really good animation and story. This movie fits the theme really well and I think that you have a really good chance of winning this. I like how you made it so that in the beginning we were all like "What the heck does this mean?", but you explained it very well without dialouge. Good luck!

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Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

I enjoyed the animation... The theme was taken very litterally and the audio was very unappealing.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Beautifully done man, you should be proud! It's an excellent take on the topic and everything looks really polished. Your use of colors truly shines. Good luck!

Emrox responds:

Thanks, man! And also thanks for being a part of the whole NATA experience, 'cause this was definitely the best year yet.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

I really had no idea what was going on in this cartoon, but it was still great to watch! I had no idea there were so many of these NATA things that people were still working on. I don't even know what that stands for. It's weird, because you claim this is THE final entry, but there's only two in the collection. I guess this one didn't do as well as the first. I am of course digressing and should go back to how cool this is.

The colors were fantastic and it was great to watch. I couldn't help but think you were trying to put some spiritual twist on this. Was the train supposed to represent how we're losing our focus on our goals? I guess not, but it's still very interesting. No dialogue makes it so that it tells the story on its own.

Emrox responds:

A lot of the motivation behind this was to create something really visually interesting in addition to the whole allegory, so I'm glad you were able to appreciate it even though you weren't 100% sure of what it meant.