Nice style; work on the art
I wish we had been walked through more of the story in the actual movie instead of just on the preloader screen. The music choice was a good one; that piece always brings a truly epic feel to anything it is played up against.
I have some minor complaints about the drawings, though: the characters didn't seem very "concrete" in the sense that they warped and distorted from their original shape a lot, especially when punched. Perhaps you're just working on a new visual style, but a lot of the time, it looked more to me like you didn't know exactly how to draw some of the body movements in the action scenes you were trying to illustrate. Practice makes perfect, though... I had a lot of trouble drawing action scenes for a long time just on paper, and animation just adds another degree of difficulty, though the challenge just keeps getting more and more fun as you work with it.
Nice job... if you're thinking of making a sequel, I hope it's longer than this one. "Infinite" really is cool, and it left me wanting to see more.
Although they looked nothing like saiyans and there wasn't much of a story line it was still pretty cool....
i was some femilial moves from DBZ i hope you didn't trace them any way i think the animation was too fast try to lower frame rate. lol funny thing cause i always tell people to higher they frame rate but your is different...
Love the idea...
The thought of an additional DB series is always great. The story line you created will catch any DB fan and they will be forced to watch. There are a few holes though, were the Saiyens created by the androids or by a remaining sect of Humans? This story could be monumental if all the ends are tied up and the animation gets cleaned up some. I will watch this series as a die hard fan of DB, DBZ, and DBGT. I think you can make this a true contender to the other series...
I expected worse.
The animation was sweet, the art was good and the music was a nice touch. My problem was that it was dragon ball z, it's already a cartoon. Record Labels never pick up cover bands, it's already been done.
Good work though, I didn't blam it.