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Music video for Agemixer theme "DA SHIT" yes, I've changed the title.
It contrasts with all the violent stuff I've made before and looks kind of positive also it's more abstract and assosiative than other movies here, but if you'll look deeper it even has a plot.

Also I don't know what else should I write here...

yesh, it contains fullbody samurays, 3d vector moving forms, some funny cute characters and, yeah... sticks...

Enjoy seeing this.

=Edit=
somethings a little wrong with the preloading line, so wait till 5,8 mb will be downloaded (pease)

Reviews


Trash bin...Takes you out!

That cracks me up everytime, Congrats on making this,You got me to bookmark it , I enjoyed this very much,


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AWESOME

lol i remember playing this song in DDR, and the video was awesome



Great

it was random but everything fits perfectly with the music
thumbs up for you



Very Interesting

The art style was very unique, if not random and crazy at the same time. Really enjoyed this, keep up the good work.



Perfect!!

Well, at first I thought this was going to be a game or something, but it turned out to be something fantastic! I knew that from the beginning with those awesome swirling things this was going to be something great! I was very impressed by the different things used in this. I loved the spider-legged creature and the rocket destroying the setting of the Javanoid game. All of the effects were done flawlessly. It worked great as an experimental cartoon.


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Credits & Info

Views
124,910
Votes
7,218
Score
4.42 / 5.00

Uploaded
Nov 14, 2009
3:16 AM EST
Genre
Music Video
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