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Jun 11, 2010 | 11:02 PM EDT

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Portion of a senior art project relating to views on religion.



Rated 4 / 5 stars

Loved it

I liked how ambiguous the flash is. People can say what they want and take it which ever way they like. To me, its about someone who is forced out of their normal view. Personally, I see religion as a something that binds someone like a spiders web. You dont need to believe in a God to be good. And the slow focus to everyone else reminded me about how ive started to see how binding it can be. Well made and although i did expect the protagonist to survive somehow, i didnt see the web.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

I like it...a lot!

You convey an overall story of falling from religion because it holds you above what your made to believe is a never ending pit (Fear). but separating yourself from that you can see religion is nothing more than a web created for the weak of mind and will to be caught in. at least that's what i got from it! I couldn't have illustrated it better without saying a word! Great Job!

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Rated 3.5 / 5 stars


Short, but nice art. You can draw well enough. Not really sure what the message is supposed to be. It's too ambiguous.

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Rated 3.5 / 5 stars


A spider and a web, people hanging on strings above the pit - yeah, how original.
Looks like a piece of Soviet propaganda of the 1960's.
Nicely drawn, though.


Rated 3 / 5 stars

well, the hands are well-drawn

It's a good thing you escaped your shallow high school culture of materialism, conformity, and hedonism (clearly represented in the spider) and found freedom in Jesus and His message (clearly represented by you "letting go" of your former dead-end life).

Unless you wanted it to be an angsty teen art movie, then...

yeah, that's about all i can get out of this. Like I said, the hands are well drawn, and I think the body falling to the ground was done nicely. As well, I think you clearly know how to animate (and draw human anatomy!) and that is more than what i can say for 99% of the site...

But even with all that, this was not very fun nor intellectually stimulating -for me- to watch, sorry. It's just not very lively.

I'm sure for school, it'll be more than good, though.