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Jan 8, 2014 | 1:31 AM EST
  • Daily 5th Place January 9, 2014

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People are often described as good or evil. But what draws the line for good men to be considered monsters by others?
Follow one man on his journey through harsh landscapes as he goes to reclaim what is most precious to him. And watch as he cuts down any who stand in his way.
In light of the fact that The Overseer was picked up for a film festival, I was tasked with taking my series and improving it. I bought new video software called "Cyberlink 12", and took all the time I felt necessary to make the product what I originally intended it to be.
Enjoy!

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jak14444jak14444

Rated 5 / 5 stars January 10, 2014

Christ. I haven't seen a firefight that I enjoyed to such an extend in a -long- time. Fantastic animating, and the whole lack of faces makes it a lot more dramatic. Though lacking on the plot, I am expecting the future episodes to contain more on that front. I hope you keep up the work, and I sure will watch the next one!


Joverseer916 responds:

It is very much explained in the next one. Thanks for watching my friend, and I'm glad you enjoyed it, makes it all worthwhile!


CyberdevilCyberdevil

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars January 9, 2014

Relciam what's precious? Looks more like vengeance, though the flashbacks don't tell enough to tell why he's doing what he does. I feel this could've been much better if it was a bit shorter, most of the time's spent wandering through the desert, where not much happens, and there's not much to see.

I guess it gives a sense of how long time it felt like for him, but for the viewer it feels a bit slow. the actions cenes are fast-paced though, and you managed to draw the gunfight from some great angles, makes you relate to how little cover the character has, the bullets shaking the screen, striking so close. Overall the animation's fluid, and the voicing is good, but the red line in the plot feels a bit vague.

Also, the background texture when he's looking down at the compoud looks a bit weird in the sky, but I'm looking forward to the sequel, it certainly looks like a lot of effort went into this. Keep it going!

-cd-


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Joverseer916 responds:

Yes, you are right my friend. I am not particularly fond of creating such long animations, which is why in the future I will never intend to let my animations go past 5 minutes.
I thank you for the watch, good sir. And all is explained in the next part, there should hopefully be no confusion after you watch that!


trifle-confusiontrifle-confusion

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars January 8, 2014

wow, this movie is really something! in the beginning I wasn't really sure what to expect, but when the guy found the little plushie I got completely sucked in. the loud music/noise you added to that scene was also really effective.

I have to say that the other flashback, I kinda had to laugh cuz the dude smacked the kid so violently lol

the very end, when the dude gets in the building, was kinda confusing, but other than that this was really good! These were fifteen minutes well spent :)


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Joverseer916 responds:

The fact that you watched all 15 minutes of it and remained interested is a win for me. Thank you for watching, and I am super glad you enjoyed it!