Though short, it is a sweet piece that sticks in t
I really like some of the music/visual synching - specially the bit where the dolphin's playing in the water and you fade in/out 3 pics. In face, everything from that point forward was kinda lovely.
One criticism - I found that had you not explained it in your author's comments, I wouldn't have understood the story at all. Also, you make the picture of the frozen dolphin look almost joyful and beautiful, whereas it should surely be a bit more melancholy - perhaps end with the dolphin in a more submissive, sad sorta pose. We anthropomorphise everything, so simply having the head held down, maybe the body a bit more curled would have made us more likely to think 'poor dolphin'.
As mentioned, I really liked some of the scenes you picked, such as the boy/reflection watching the dolphins.
However, the drawings themselves were almost sloppy-looking in some ways. Mainly because of the shapes of the boy/dolphins, which were at times almost atrocious. You kinda need to study the form a bit more if you wanna improve.
Though short, it is a sweet piece that sticks in the mind. Specially after hearing the story, it's a piece I'm unlikely to forget.