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Jun 28, 2013 | 11:41 AM EDT
  • Daily 2nd Place June 29, 2013

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A racing driver has to beat the speed record of 120 mph on a straight road in the desert. As he accelerates, his wife appears by his side.

Sound Design : Nicolas Cadiou

Making of : tch?v=PSW4KV5Hg7w



Rated 5 / 5 stars

The art is amazing!
I feel sorry for the guy in the video.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Awesome use of light and reflection, great camera work and a perfect balance of melancholy and intensity.

It made me reminisce about my favorite film Drive, I assume you have seen.

Also ignore what anyone says about polygon count, I like the hand carved look of the landscape and the character models.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Really great work! This must have taken a long time. I like the camera shots used.


Rated 1.5 / 5 stars

While i do agree with the review beneath me in some degree,
I think you chose a good story, and i actually found the 3D animations sub-par.
although I´m sure you worked hard on it, I feel let down by both animation and script.
The 3d models you went with seem simply unfinished, probably due to the low polygon count.
Of course its more difficult working with 3D models, but what counts in the end is the result.
The story is a basic premise, one that can turn out very good or very bad easily. Unfortunately this flash is on the bad end of the spectrum, as the reunion seems simply forced due to script, rather than development by the story.
plus, and this is completely subjective:
i find her really creepy when she is staring at him from the side.


Rated 2 / 5 stars

Well, how about some SPOILER ALERT stuff on the description -.-
It didn't really impress me. Sure, it has 3D animation and........and.......actually that is all I can say about this. 3D animation. Nothing else.
I've seen better interpretations of the same story, somebody losing someone and can't cope with it.
This cartoon has nothing new, nothing interesting, nothing that would make me watch it the second time. I feels bland.
It seems to me that showing 3D graphics were more important then telling a story in this cartoon, and that is not a good way to approach animation in my opinion.