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This is an entry for a contest in Clock Crew. It is animated to Johann Sebastian Bach's Toccata and Fugue in D Minor.

Sorry if it looks rushed, we only had a week to get this done.

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Very artsy

I was wondering why this was not in any of the Clock Day collections. Then I realized that this was simply not made on Clock Day! I loved this cartoon because it's one of the finest flashes I have unearthed in terms of getting high ratings. The Bach music was fantastic to use, especially when it's something so highbrow. The animation was fantastic, especially with how StrawberryClock looked. It was so weird to see him without his clock face!

Anyway, the simplicity of this cartoon showed how touching it was. I am thinking there might have been some secret message but it was still great. It seemed like it was going to be like "Alice In Wonderland". You know, with OrangeClock falling through the hole in the ground. Even the text and credits were done well.


I only wish you had gone creatively into the addition of clocks as well, but I understand the time constraint.

ZenMicroClock responds:

Oh the theme of that Phandago was "Clockless" but thank you for the great review mah boy!


i love the animation and music but....uhmm dont think im stupid plz but i have no idea exactally what that was about


amazing music, and graet choise of scene. story, and the visual part impressed me. do many movies!

very good

Great choice of music... Gave the animation a very unique feel.

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4.63 / 5.00

May 31, 2008
12:44 AM EDT
Music Video