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Dec 24, 2012 | 10:02 AM EST
  • Daily 4th Place December 26, 2012

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Author Comments

This is my winter Pip episode, this one again is quite surreal but it maintains structure and all becomes apparent. It really wouldn't work without the amazing sound by Henry, I think that makes this piece work really nicely especially with the 200fps slow motion shot I spent a day rendering!

Pip will return in 2013!

Reviews


TheSexiestOffendersTheSexiestOffenders

Rated 5 / 5 stars December 26, 2012

Definitely not what I expected, but it was well done nonetheless- the scenery was breath taking and made me feel like I was actually skydiving. Wonderfully done!

~Lock



SpaceCatsincSpaceCatsinc

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars December 25, 2012

It looks Really good
It just takes forever to load



guitan11guitan11

Rated 5 / 5 stars December 24, 2012

THIS WAS GREAT! his is some really good quality work dude. i liked the concept and the strange feeling that it portrays at the beginning with the house in the middle of nowhere (later it kinda makes sense) but good attention to detail, loved the shadows and yeah.
just a really good piece. and also, mad respect for 200fps XD



catluvr2catluvr2

Rated 5 / 5 stars December 24, 2012

And so it goes.



skyspinskyspin

Rated 5 / 5 stars December 24, 2012

Wow. That was some beautiful animation. The music fit well, and it had some incredible moments. The only critique I have is that your transitions were a little awkward. For example, the door to the snow shot was a little ragged seeming and the music didn't transition very well. Also, the transition to avalanche seemed a little fast as well. That being said though, I think this is a beautiful animation that deserves to be seen.


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Zictor responds:

Thanks man, I'm getting there. I'm learning to make them all more cinematic whilst also throwing myself nice techical challenges. The Slow Motion and the Freefall shots are by far the best, the others I did to progress the story, I'm not 100% on framing the shots and setting them up at the moment, but I've improved a great deal since I released the first one in April!!!

Glad you enjoyed it!