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A small handful of survivors have gathered together in the ruins of the apocalypse to share where they where when the world ended.
The first 2 scenes. That's it. Others? It feels like they didn't even try. None of the jokes were funny. This is basicly a fail. A collab isn't good if only 2 scenes of it are good. Yeah there were some gramatic mistakes but I can forgive that if the overall quality is good. And.... it wasn't. People watch the first 2. The others aren't even worth your time.
After watching that introduction and the first two parts of this collab I can't help but feel there organizer had a sincire and powerful story to tell , but folded to the pressures of allowing the others to shit in their parts and present the guise of a flash made purely for trolling and humor. The latter of which falls flat. I wanted to know more what what RadiotubeClock, thought.. his ideas on the reasoning behind AI, the implementation of emotions, or perceived emotion.
His ideas on why they were implemented were very interesting and I wanted more of that. Of course what we ended with was farts.
I'd say next time you guys try for a collab, do it with one idea in mind. Commit to a completely realized story, assign the art tasks to the ones that best illustrate that vision, then pass down those art assets to the animators who got nothing to offer but fart jokes, yet still want to be part of something, and allow them to feel somewhat accomplished in knowing they contributed to something bigger than nonsense for once. There's obviously a lot of talent in the clockcrew, just need someone to grab that magnifying lens and focus it down to a point.
The collab starts with a few really strong segments. The two parts by Radiotube, mostly, were amazing. Great sound effects and voice acting. The design of the city, with tall, straight buildings, was especially interesting, and I really got a feeling of post-apocalyptic loneliness. Even a little philosophical touch.
The second segment was good, too. But the it all spiraled down, from decent all the way down to third-grad level. Overall, I don't think it's worth going through the whole of it.
i found this boring and pointless. I think somewhere it was supposed to be funny.
terrible, everything from the animation quality to the plot line & voice acting was absolutely dreadful. you should feel ashamed.
How will Kratos survive the Night?
A story about a kid and idk...
A short muisc video based on the classic song "The Window Cleaner" sung by George Formby
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