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1971: Cosmonauts

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tbremise
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Uploaded
Aug 17, 2014 | 6:35 PM EDT

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So I have been wanting to animate and improve so I can do my ideas more freely. I figured joining this would give me a good excuse to practice and release a work that had a short time to be made.
Sorry if you think the quality isn't that great, to make this better I think I would need a week to fix up drawings and fix things up.

1971: Georgy Dobrovolsky, Vladislav Volkov and Viktor Patsayev, Soviet cosmonauts, died when their Soyuz-11 spacecraft depressurized during preparations for reentry. These are the only known human deaths outside the Earth's atmosphere.

I made the music with fl studio and audacity.

Reviews


alektowr13alektowr13

Rated 2 / 5 stars

Good work man! Youre improving a lot! Im sorry i had to give this a two, but its more about being fair to the other stuff ive reviewed. anyway. awesome dude keep it up! Also nice sound!



GenclopsGenclops

Rated 3 / 5 stars

So glad to see you making animation now man. This was well done - loving some of techniques you are using for immersion... please keep up the good work!


tbremise responds:

Glad to see you enjoyed it! I am hoping to try a few different styles of animation within this and next year, so we'll see what happens with that.

Thanks For watching!


ZornuzkullZornuzkull

Rated 3 / 5 stars

I actually felt kinda sad after watching this
Damn what a buzz kill animation was ok I guess


tbremise responds:

I personally am not good at making death funny, so I figured, why not do a more serious work.
Thanks for watching.


BlackKitsune42BlackKitsune42

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

A tragic accident that helped the BOTH the USSR and the USA make space travel saver by pointing out a major flaw. Decent job with the video.


tbremise responds:

Thanks for watching!