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May 29, 2013 | 9:37 PM EDT
  • Daily 4th Place May 31, 2013

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Arron and his father survived a nuclear attack and now must survive the aftermath. Food is scarce, oceans and lakes are contaminated, and everyone must cover all areas of their bodies to prevent radiation from hitting them. With a crumbled world, can people still hold on to their morals?

This is my second round entry for NATA 2013. I went for something near my comfort zone this time. I like writing dark stories with a touch of hope.

Fun Fact: Yes, this is an indirect sequel to my first round animation :)

Thanks for watching, peace.

Reviews


bulmathedragonbulmathedragon

Rated 5 / 5 stars May 30, 2013

I adore the character style, the voice acting is actually very brilliant. The story...exceptional.



redfox777redfox777

Rated 5 / 5 stars May 30, 2013

very deep and thought provoking. a good tale of the moral dillema's one can face. animation flowed well but was a little basic. audio was excellent. keep at it and your animation will get better. hoping to see more in the future. you should consider making this a series


Mrcoleman responds:

Thanks for the review. I'll never stop animating and hopefully I'll get to make a series on Newgrounds. One worth watching.


SonicSteelSonicSteel

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars May 30, 2013

An interesting concept. One thing I notice is the lack of details in different areas. At around :29 in, the guy that's standing against the wall seems to be a bit...off. His hands are tiny, but his feet are huge. I'm not sure if you were trying to make him look like he was leaning back. His legs seem to be over half of his body.

The bookshelves around 3:15 look crooked too.

I think you've got potential. The voices are nice, and the story is interesting.


Mrcoleman responds:

Haha, I guess I need to work on my proportions and perspective then. Thanks for bringing that to my attention, I'll make sure to work on that in my next animation.