I thought this would be fun to do. It turned out to take a lot more time then I ever imagined. This has been my biggest project yet. Best? You decide.
If you are expecting more bar jokes, you'll have to wait for Atomic Bar episode 4. This episode departs from the joke-skit format pioneered in the first two.
The music in this sux at the compression level it's encoded. :( If I set the mp3 to an acceptable sounding compression level, the movie's file size is over 7MB. Too big to submit to NG and too big for anyone to wait for. As it is, it's huge. But you get what you wait for. This movie is over 6 minutes long. You can listen to a better quality version of the music at the mp3 link provided at the end of the movie.
(I'm writing a lot because I figure you need something to read while you wait. LOL!).
All accounted, I spent the least amount of time animating. I spent more time sampling and mixing the music. I spent the most time in photoshop.
There are more than 100 clock avatars to be found in this movie. It is garanteed that you will not see all of them the first time you watch. In fact, you will probably miss some of them no matter how often you watch, unless you stop the movie and advance it one frame at a time.
There is a secret "Matrix" ending. You will need the password to watch it.
Since I am among the people who got kindof sick of seeing AYB parodys on NG, you are probably wondering why I did this. The explanation is that I wanted to make the most accurate AYB parody ever. I think this parody most accurately simulates the original All Your Base movie that we are so familiar with, but adds that clock twist to make it unique.