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Feb 28, 2013 | 7:49 PM EST
  • Daily 2nd Place March 2, 2013

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EDIT2: Also Front Page. It doesn't get any better.

EDIT: Woah Daily 2? Thanks for the votes everyone! I wasn't even if sure if anyone was going to like this one.

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Here's a cartoon that I started waaaay back in October for round 2 of a competition called Nooni Media Animation Extravaganza. The theme for the round was "Sweet and Sour". Contestants had about a month to complete their entry, but I didn't at all. By the end of the round I had about 5 seconds of actual polished animation and a whole bunch of seconds of ugly looking animatic. Fortunately though, I made it to the next round and ultimately came in 2nd for the entire competition. Pretty neat!

Anyway I decided to go back and finish this one up because I liked it. I hope you do too.

So, ya know, vote, leave a review and I'll respond, rate comment subscribe, share on Myspace, all that stuff.

ENJOY.

Reviews


CommonOddityCommonOddity

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars March 2, 2013

Awesome piece. The concept is great, well thought out (I mean, one might argue that the chaos theory chain-of-event bit is a dead horse that's all but a bloody pulp, but I say fuck 'em) and something I wasn't exactly expecting. I was anticipating this to be a chase for the photo snagged by the wind at first, to be honest.

The voice work/audio is the only thing that cost you half a star. It could have been normalized and cleaned up a little- triply so the voice.

Keep at it :)
-CO


Brewster responds:

Thanks, yeah I tried my best to make the voice audio as clean as it could, but it was a matter of a shit mic. Next time I'd do it different for sure.


navitonavito

Rated 5 / 5 stars March 2, 2013

great animation, i also liked frame by frame moments. And very addicting plot, when you wait something awsome coming entirely. And ofcourse the irony at the ending!
5/5


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Brewster responds:

yeah... thanks.


supaSphojesupaSphoje

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars March 2, 2013

Really like the frame by frame there! A few of my favorite moments are when the camera pans around the climber and he's animated in a 3D like perspective with the 2D animation and when he takes off his backpack. That was quite a human movement he had there.


Brewster responds:

Thanks, that's one of my favorite parts too. Glad you like it.


CyberdevilCyberdevil

Rated 4 / 5 stars March 2, 2013

Oh snap, lmao, what a random sequence of events. :) If he hadn't dropped the camera, he could've taken a picture at the end. I was kind of expecting him to pick up a cellphone or something and snap a picture of the destruction, but even without that twist, it was a fun watch. The graphics are rather simple at times, especially how the entire city is just like a box in a wide landscape of nothingness, but even without detail it was a great idea, and a lot of things depicted. Nice work!

-cd-


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Brewster responds:

Thanks! I wanted to do more with the backgrounds but I started to run out of time before the end of the month, and I really wanted to get this done before that happened, so the BGs turned out pretty basic looking. Thanks for the review.


boobieseatallyoucanboobieseatallyoucan

Rated 5 / 5 stars March 2, 2013

i really love this video men


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Brewster responds:

glad you do