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QUETZI chap. 1

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Every leyend begins with the first steps, being a mighty god is not an exception.... In this animated comic of the fist chapter of the amazing adventure of Quetzi, the feathered serpent aztec god, you will witness from his birth to the begining of his mistical training to become a migthy leader of mankind. Enjoy and keep expecting the next chapters.

We´re sorry about the problems with the translation...
Also we apologize that we didn´t include Monse Tostado in the Script and original idea credits.... Sorry, won´t happen again!

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...sorry, accidentally pasted those words into the subject. But I'm a believer in omens, so I leave it. This flash was inspiring, and brings back many memories. Thank you. :-)

kool

nice job man

Great, original, well done animated comic...but...

Please for gods sake run the dialogue through a spell check next time. The grammar was bad at times, as was spelling, which takes away from its professional nature.

booyah!

Great!!!
I thought that quetzalcoatl was the sun god?
I guess I get confused with aztec gods, correct me if I'm wrong.
This was original in concept and design. The graphics and animation were great and I adore it. I think a few people were confused on the fact that it is a animated comic. Very unique blend of comic and cartoon.
Very stylish in looks and design. Liked the use of shadow which seems dominate in this cartoon/comic. Also the way you made it look like the paint work on the stone wall, in the beginning, was awesome and I loved the fact of how quetzalcoatl came to be. Perfect blend of ground and air, ooOOoh so very cool.
Violence was sparse, but wasn't one of the main categories of the film.
Sound, or more appropriately music, was well chosen and fits perfectly with what you are doing. Though the music during the fight scene was great, but kinda of stuck out from all of the rest though. Don't know if that is bad or not, but interperate it as you wan't. I still thought it was great.
4/5
The fact that it was 10-15 min long was another good bonus.
kudos,
mj

awesome.

Hmm, how many more of these cartoons will you be making to add on to the series, if any? Well, I really enjoyed watching this, it was very entertaining, and very well made.
The plot in this movie was very good. Its very different to that of a lot of other movies, so that was good.
The graphics in the movie were excellent. You've obviously taken a lot of time to perfect your drawings, and it definitely shows. I really liked how you'd drawn all of the characters - lots of detail, lots of colour. Also, all of the other drawings in the movie (backgrounds, scenery) were very nice. So great stuff with the graphics.
I also liked the way you presented the movie. It was sort of a moving cartoon more so than a movie. There was quite a lot of animation in the movie, but I can tell that you were lacking in the area of animating characters movements. For example the Leopard, it was hardly animated at all, when it was running, I don't think its legs were moving :P hehe.
But, apart from the characters motions, the other animations in the movie were great. I really liked how you animated the fire in that temple, and the smoke, as well.
Then there was the audio: there were no sound effects in the movie, and no voice acting, but I think that the movie was very good without them. The speech bubbles were a good addition, and I would have preferred them to subtitles. Also, you used some really nice music in the movie, such as Santana! So good stuff.
Overall, this movie was really good. I liked the style of the movie, because it was an original one. The story line was also really good, and the graphics were stunning. So well done with this movie, it was great.
Overall score: 8/10
(THE THUMB: UP!!!

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