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True History- Gilgamesh

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Comedy - Original
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greek
myths

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Sep 26, 2016 | 1:03 AM EDT

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(note: There were some issues that came with trying to upload this video initally, I appologies for the incoviniances and hopefully you'll give it another shot.

A side “on and off” project done between working on my pilot and school. It was done over the course of 4 months so you can see the improvement in quality between each shot (not linearly though, I animated it out of order).

Biggest challenge was to cover the subject matter in a way that didn’t feel too sleazy. I pulled it off.

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BadCookieDoughBadCookieDough

Rated 5 / 5 stars

I don't believe that exactly how it went down but damn your version is just so freakin good haha, loved every second of this vid! :D



CyberdevilCyberdevil

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Sounds like a book worth reading! :D Educational, entertaining... good stuff!

-cd-



killingspeerxkillingspeerx

Rated 4 / 5 stars

IGN rating 6.7/10 "Few prostitute"



09CArventos09CArventos

Rated 3 / 5 stars

Okay........
What about Gilgamesh's search for the source of immortality?



vlad-tepsvlad-teps

Rated 3 / 5 stars

Just saying the Gilgamesh is not Man's first myth/creation myth.
Mankind's first creation myth was the Enûma Eliš, in which God, was a Dragon called Tiamat.
It represented primal chaos, and is the first known representation of a Dragon. Right and wrong are constructs that vary in definition from person to person and don't exist in nature. Tiamat represents freedom in that primal essence of simply being, she is the all and nothing. Later the female was damned and deemed evil, order and her son venerated and they symbolically killed god. The Christian bible also plagiarized Genesis from the Enûma Eliš. Almost every faith in mankind was warped from the Enûma Eliš, including the Gilgamesh. Just saying. The Enûma Eliš was Mankind's first known creation myth, not the Gilgamesh.