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Sinmara Saga

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Apr 23, 2016 | 7:05 AM EDT
  • Frontpaged April 24, 2016
  • Weekly Users' Choice April 27, 2016
  • Daily 3rd Place April 24, 2016

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A bit different but I hope you guys enjoy it!

Skarr needs the great weapon Lævateinn in order to protect her people. However it is protected by the mighty Jötunn, a fallen race. Now Skarr prepares for her final battle with the one called Sinmara, the last of the Jötunn, who is quietly mourning the loss of her people.

Director/Creator/Animator/Compositor/Writer/Actor -
Jason Hendrich

Music -
Norihiko Hibino
Dale North

Sound Design -
Douglas Lassance
Jason Hendrich

Character Modeling -
Jenni Hendrich

Rigging -
Josh Cogswell
Justin Callanan

Voice Acting -
Sara Komacek
Jennifer Marcus Perez

2D FX Animation Plates -
Rinat Timerkaev
Jason Hendrich

Special Thanks
Simon Lee
Douglas Lassance
Chris Boylan
Jenni Hendrich



Rated 4 / 5 stars

That was quite a watch. Interesting how the bad guy won in all of this


Rated 4 / 5 stars

i don't like the character design but the movie is really cool :D !

Jason-H responds:

Well, I don't like your face! Glad you liked it!


Rated 5 / 5 stars

5/5 10/10 maximum number out of maximum possible numbers. You put an entire metric shit tonne of work into this and every ounce payed off. Aesthetic design, fluid animation, dynamic angling, and a tight soundtrack to boot, even the sound fx are on point. You need to keep your production team and go big with it.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

And Then You Die...

I always wondered how well a JRPG would translate over to a fighting game. If all the movements were done so quickly. We start off at a normal state of affairs, here's something you probably shouldn't bother yet, but you're going to anyways because you feel strong enough and thus we enter the battle. I loved the artwork and animation on this, it is absolutely perfect. The fluid motions on each character was just amazing to watch from beginning to end for each and every movement.

The sound effects to were spot on. The music was fitting for the title screen, field area, and I was afraid that you would switch to something grandiose for the actual fight scene, thankfully though you kept with the same theme of the past songs as well, the only difference was the change of quality from the video game world to the anime world, which as a fan of JRPGs it was like I knew exactly what was being played out.

My only nitpick is that I wish you would have switched back and forth between the anime scene and the video game scene, that would have been cool to see, but I must admit that after seeing this whole battle and seeing 9999 above the character's head and they just fall over and die was hilarious. Overall this is fantastic!

|| Cheers ||
*Masterful Artwork
*Masterful Animation
*Masterful Sound
*Masterful Music
*Masterful Story
*Perfect Score

|| Jeers ||


Rated 5 / 5 stars

How did you even make this? The animation is awesome!

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Jason-H responds:

A lot of after hours for about 9 months.