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Hej Sokoly

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Nov 28, 2012 | 2:17 PM EST
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"The dispute between two kingdoms must be settled before it is too late. Follow the exploits of the Falcons as they make an urgent delivery. The end of one man's selfish tale brings a future to those who continue living in this strange world, but at what cost?"

This piece is a bit of a sci-fi take on the classic Polish/Ukrainian folksong "Hej Sokoly", what translates to "Hey Falcons". The song used in this is a remix by my good friend Initial P of DIsko Warp Music Be sure to check out the audio link for more music by him if you enjoy it!

**Some of the scenes in this get pretty intense with layers, so if your computer is chugging, I have a Youtube upload of this with you can find on my goshadole channel, or view it in Chrome** tch?v=kHVqDvQz_S0



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Its obvious a lot of time went into the production quality of the graphics, and in that department I give you 4 stars alone. But I just wasnt feeling the tempo of the music in regards to the pace of the movie itself. The song itself was a good mix, reminded me a bit of the older acid trip techno from the mid 90's, but to me, the song did not fit the theme and story of the movie to well. Very good job with the video however, and I look forward to future submissions from you. ^_^


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Okay, I don't know what happened, and the animation moved slowly, but the artwork was nice. I really enjoyed it.


Rated 3 / 5 stars

Great animation, I was not a fan it being a "music video."


Rated 4 / 5 stars

I was pretty descent except the part where the 'villian' was having a flashback or something. That seemed a little rushed. The music was a little annoying after a bit. I would love to know what the tower did... Good animation all and all.


Rated 4 / 5 stars

My only issue with this submission was the music. It was throbbing, fast paced techno from the very beginning, and it made me feel as though I was being rushed through the initial scenes that introduce the characters and build the world. I felt that more ambient music that later swelled to greater intensity for the action scenes would have given the piece a bit more dynamic range.

I must say that the animation was fantastic however.