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Jul 27, 2013 | 1:45 AM EDT
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The man has arrived to his destination.
He has trekked across seas, plains and deserts and persevered through mother nature and hopelessness.
But no journey is without conflict, be it physical or within.
The man must ready his rifle. There are others who stand in his way.

Part 3 of "The Overseer" Saga
Part 2 "Omniscience": http://www.newgrounds.com/portal/view/620432
-The trek continues with a brief glimpse into the man's past.
Part 1 "Loyalty": http://www.newgrounds.com/portal/view/619414
-Introduction to the man and his stuffed companion.

Animated with Anime Studio 9
Edited with AVS Video/Audio Editor
Music by Austin Wintory from the video game "Journey".
I claim no ownership of the music used herein.

Reviews


ejmuerteejmuerte

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Super splendid!!! The gun sounds are awesome no need to be exact sniper sounds and Animation is excellent imma gona give you 5 star :)


Joverseer916 responds:

Thanks for the feedback and the 5 stars!
Things like this make the work worth it to me :)


JacklaryJacklary

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

I like the gun sound


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Joverseer916 responds:

Thank you! Couldn't find any good ones online, so I ended up taking a few and mixing them together.


Vuk96Vuk96

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Woah!That was intense!Could have had a little more action,but then there won't be so much presure of the situation!Nice work!


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Joverseer916 responds:

For the 1st draft of this fight, it involved 6 people vs. this 1 man. Cool music, lots of gunfire, and cool moves.... and I realized it'd be complete and utter bullshit after talking to some people. He'd be dead in a literal instant if it were real life.
So I opted for a smaller scale, didn't use faceless goons but semi-distinct characters, and made the dynamics more in tune with reality: if you are exposed in the open for even a few moments without suppressive fire covering you, you will be shwacked.
And thank you, glad you enjoyed it :D


craiden123craiden123

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Im not gonna lie...that is the most tense shit ive seen in a while...all my stars belong to this.


Joverseer916 responds:

I am glad you enjoyed it in that sense!


AnaksunamanAnaksunaman

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

Interesting. Better animation later than the opening might suggest. Though the focus seems to be more on feeling than content, I was a little confused by the ending. What was the significance of the fox? A trailer-style with some commentary/over-view might have made things clearer and hopefully not destroyed the atmosphere. As a set piece, very good. As a trailer, good. As a precursor to a series, some changes would be welcome. Good score choice. Camera work for the battle was very well done. Good angles, shot composition and general use of Anime Studio Pro 9.


Joverseer916 responds:

I'm right there with ya... to be frank, this along with the previous 2 are meant to be one 20 minute long short film. I can see how this violence with no context would confuse ya.
Thanks for the insight.