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Mar 12, 2013 | 7:45 PM EDT

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EDIT #1: The uploaded the (hopefully) full complete version. Somehow there was something wrong with the last file we uploaded.

EDIT #2: Thanks to Tom & NG for featuring our artwork to front page!
"A guy got invited to his new welcoming party who turnsout to be a monster."

Monster Next Door is a final year animation production made in Multimedia University, Cyberjaya,Malaysia.

The animation was created by four artist:
Haireey Hashnan - Character Modeller / 2D Animator / Animator
Haizeel Hashnan - Compositor / Matte Painter / Texture Artist
Husna Ahmad Faizal - Animator / Environment Modeller
Behrooz - Rig Artist / Music Artist / Animator

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Monster Next Door wordpress:
monsternextdoor.wordpress .com

© Monster Next Door is under the copyright of Multimedia University

Reviews


Spikash007Spikash007

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars March 13, 2013

Is it suppose to just cut off at the ketchup part? I was rather curious to see where it all goes!


RocketheadAnimation responds:

please watch again for full version. we had trouble during upload last time. sorry for any inconvenience.


justsambajustsamba

Rated 4 / 5 stars March 13, 2013

Very good but the ending was a like abrupt.


RocketheadAnimation responds:

please watch again for full version. we had trouble during upload last time. sorry for any inconvenience. :)


Turn-CoatTurn-Coat

Rated 5 / 5 stars March 13, 2013

No!! I want more! How does it end?


RocketheadAnimation responds:

please watch again for full version. we had trouble during upload last time. sorry for any inconvenience.


fuckedyermomfuckedyermom

Rated 5 / 5 stars March 13, 2013

#6, 66th street? lol really well done, very cool style of animation


RocketheadAnimation responds:

lol, someone noticed the address. lol! :P


iamtherevieweriamthereviewer

Rated 3 / 5 stars March 13, 2013

Good, but needs work.

The Animation was the strongest point of the piece. Complex and fluid use of 3D animation, attention to detail, and great blending of 2D, 3D, and still frame animation. Loved the variation of artistic style.

The Voice Acting really distracted me. Almost every single line was oversaturated hammed up and turned into hyperbole. The writing was fine, but, save for the introductory radio, both characters voices sounded incredibly overacted, and phony.

The Premise, the fable-like tale of prejudice and judging books by overs, was nice- well written, clever dialogue that could have been capitalized on a little more.

Lastly, the ending. It seemed to either be rushed, unfinished, or an incomplete story. There was no real resolution. The only indication that the film ended intentionally were the still motion frames and the shift in art direction. There was no closure to the plot- I watched the film again just to make sure it didn't cut out early.

You know what you're doing. Keep up your work, your artwork and writing is great, next time, you might want to hold more rigorous auditions for voice actors.

Cheers,
J


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