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Fragile Machine: Oread

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Jun 28, 2005 | 4:04 AM EDT
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I am producing Fragile Machine: Oread as a planned series of flash films. Chapter One regards main character Leda's mourning over the death of her daughter. Looking to the future, viewers can expect to see Leda at the Del Sen Research compound in Chapter Two to witness firsthand the developments there. More information about my film is available at



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Dang it, this is just so beautiful! I admit that it sometimes goes in the Uncanny Valley, but it's still great! I just love how everything comes together. I wish it was longer! Well, the second part is even better. You really do know how to do great narration.

The characters sincerely come to life here. It's nice to have everything move so fast. At the same time, it's still pretty soft. It's just such a nice cartoon. The music is wonderful as well.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Love How CGI Movies Are Coming To Newgrounds

Obviously a step into the future and a cooler and better way to tell stories other then animated cartoons. This is a really cool piece and I hope it gets better in the future. One problem however, was that it was a little short. The voice acting was great though and I could see that a lot of work was put into this. CGI is great when the whole movie is CGI, the only problem nowadays is that movies use too much CGI in live action movies and people who make prosthetics and things like that are losing their jobs. When CGI is use to make an entire movie like this and Toy Story for example, it is a great use to the movie and the art form.


Rated 5 / 5 stars


That is absolutely amazing. Put a tear in my eye.


Rated 3 / 5 stars


you really captured some feelings with this. the graphics were great and even though it was shorter, you got the point across.


Rated 2 / 5 stars


great graphics but I guess I missed the point.