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schizotypal robot 1

rated 3.85 / 5 stars
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Comedy - Original

Credits & Info

Aug 13, 2003 | 10:50 PM EDT
  • Daily 2nd Place August 15, 2003

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Author Comments

the robot that thought it was human
-- first in a series of shorts about a robot that believes it is human, which leads to all sorts of mishaps. i intended it to be humurous and tragic at the same time.
-- episode one sees our troubled machine lost in a desert. can he find water? what will happen if he doesn't? what will happen if he does?

-- yay, daily 2nd place. it was worth the hard work. thanks for the support [and the suggestions]. there will definately be more..



Rated 3 / 5 stars

hey not to bad sport!

i think maybe you should have chosen a slightly better storie line for a first short in a series like this, otherwise i loved the background and the 3d effect that you gave your character so well. cool stuff!

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Rated 3 / 5 stars


I saw the ending coming but you executed it nicely.

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Rated 3 / 5 stars

Great job

Graphics were awsome, make it longer next time... make more and good luck


Rated 3 / 5 stars

it was ok

it was ok, it needs work but well done anyway


Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

top notch animation

I liked your style, with all the lines flung about the background to suggest shading.

The animation on the robot was pretty damn good and the camera angles were well chosen.

The only real problem was with the joke itself. The joke was pretty obvious and I was quite disappointed that you didn't surprise me at all with anything.

Next time, if you try and think of something a little more obscure, it'd result in a much better movie.

Jokes generally aren't funny when you see them coming.

Still, as I said, the production values were really high so I have high hopes for future episodes. :)

madeofsquares responds:

thanks for the review -- there's nothing more useful than constructive criticism.

i did try to get a good balance between the viewer anticipating the joke and there being a little suprise, which i now admit is hard to do.

i'll bear this in mind next time..