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Losing Track

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Sep 8, 2009 | 3:56 PM EDT

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Author Comments

Yeahhhhh.... It's a bit of a setback to the random floating creatures days haha. Except this one has a story. Just figure it out.
Did this one in 3 days as a little pause from Zimmi EP 2.

I still hope you enjoy it :3



Rated 3 / 5 stars


Whether it was experimental or not does nothing to change the fact that it was by and large uninteresting and merely above average in the animation/art department at best. I reserve no qualms concerning the length, could've been shorter for all I care so long as it was good, but it wasn't.

Rutger responds:

yeah, this is very boring to a lot of people.
it's ok. this isn't a major project.


Rated 1 / 5 stars

Losing Track of a storyline

I'm sorry author. Did you say this has a story? What you forgot to mention was that it has no logic, or is lacking sufficient animation to denote the string of logic that could have possibly composed a real "story". The transitions are very poorly done and make the latter half more confusing than ever. To top it all off, that consistent screeching sound is possibly the worst, ear-raping ambiance I've listened to in a while.

Rutger responds:

It has logic, read a few reviews down. They explain the story.

I can see why you dislike this, so it's okay hah.


Rated 5 / 5 stars


it was short but had a peaceful ambience intresting style and some nice color schemes good work ignore the idiots who dont have any clue how hard animation can be

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Rutger responds:

Thanks man :3
Animation takes ages yeah. If I really wanted this to be a big project of mine, I could've of course put more frame by frame in it, but I didn't really intend this to be a very important piece in my list of animations.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Really good

My ONLY complaint was the length, but animating is a painstaking, time-consuming biatch and who am i to presume that this was intended to be an epic feature-lengthfilm fest entry in the first place, so whatever.

The use of color was awesome, I really enjoyed the minimalism in the animation and how it established a real sense of feel with just some sparse audio and small amounts of actual motion. The sky in particular really worked, to me. in some small way it reminded me of Glassy Ocean, which is one of my favorites.

To me, this was all about style and atmosphere. GREAT SUCCESS, SIR

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Rutger responds:

Thank you!
I like minimalism. Still I feel a little awkward, since I can see why people complain about the animation. But like you said, it wasn't meant to be a super epic long movie.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


The art was both unique, and interesting, and it took me a little while of puzzling this out before I figured out what was going on [and even now I'm still a little unsure] To say the least it's an interesting peace, and it filled me with a strange sense of calm.. so 9/10 and a 4 for my vote

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Rutger responds:

Thank you. I'm glad it calmed you :3