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The Orayu Blade

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This is a project for college titled the studty of movement. I chose to do a fight sequence.

It's a bit shorter than I'd hoped for but i hope its enjoyed either way.

One requirement for the project is that i get feedback, so feel free to review.



Good Fight but animation need work

Ah memories. This was one of the first flashes I've seen when I came to this site and I havent seen it in forever. The modeling and backrounds all were down well and had a sort of surreal feel to it. The thing with that is it that movements looked kinda stiff and robotic. You also didn't make the transition from 3d animation to simple drawings very good. It looked very awkward and out of place especially when you let a figure stay in 3d and the other not. The story was kinda lame but thats okay for a short. It also seemed like u ripped of the matrix many times. The fighting moves were very cool and stylish but u just didnt animate them well. This was 4 years ago so i bet you've improved a great deal by now.


it was good but next time could you stay in all 3d lol


It was very stupid. I didnt like it but it was awesome grapic and it was funny when he sliced that guy in half. Because its not possible in real life. lol


Dude,that was the best short clip i have seen in a while.The fighting scene was my favorite scene.Alot of violence to.the linkinpark music at the end really tied it off to.i give you a 5 man, if i could give you anything higher i deffinetly would.

Wow! This is awesome!

This is overall one of the best short movies i have ever seen before. Very good idea on the whole fighting sequence for what their moves should be. I'm giving you a 5 for this. Excellent work.

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3.73 / 5.00

Jun 6, 2004
3:58 PM EDT
  • Daily 3rd Place June 7, 2004