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Operation: GFT

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rated 3.33 / 5 stars
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theresnoneed
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Uploaded
May 23, 2014 | 10:21 PM EDT

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Author Comments

Ok, I'm really bummed that the last 20 seconds are so shitty. I really tried to get it all together but between college, getting really sick and being all around not that good of an animator it just didn't happen. But anyways here we go. Nata 2014 open rounds bla bla, I hope at least I get among the top... 50.

So yeah, in the original draft there where more clues as to exactly where the things from, like the werewolf is a chained dog and the golem is an old man that likes to listen to LP's but, time constraints.

I'm aware that there's no rule preventing from submitting unfinished Works but that will definitely relfect on your score.

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pacheco1989pacheco1989

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

I think you sure have some skills in telling something, cause I got the subtleties of the "monsters" as normal day to day "problems" before reading your comments. It just really lacks some love showing in the end, and maybe more obstacles in the way.


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JesusAcHe responds:

Really? Nice.
But yeah, I had so muh more I wanted to do but I overstimated the time I had.
Thanks for the review and comment.


MindChamberMindChamber

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Like a great lover,you come on strong and passionate,but then busted your nut early..still was pretty great tho


JesusAcHe responds:

Lol. Yeah, I guess that's a nice way of putting it. Thanks a lot for the comment and review :)


TomFulpTomFulp

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Sorry you couldn't get the whole story out the way you wanted but what you have is quality! I feel like your core art and animation quality is great but some final production issues may have held it back. I'm thinking it could go without the baked-in black frame and be allowed to fill the screen. It also seems like the final output quality could have felt less blurry / compressed. What tools did you use to make it?


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JesusAcHe responds:

Thanks Tom!
I tried exporting it with Adobe Premiere, but it kept crashing and there where only 3 hours left, so I panicked end used Windows Movie Maker in a last momento of weakness :P