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Journey to the Land of Eternal Weirdness. In the animation class I did in college this piece was my major assignment, worth 50% of my final mark. I would of spent at least 70 hours on it. Despite my lack of talent and inability to draw there is a lot of detail in it. This isn't quite the original version, I've cleaned it up a little.

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The animation wasn't very decent, the drawing was pretty bad (but we were warned), there were no sound effects, the story advances a bit to slow and for a Land of Eternal Weirdness, it looked a bit too normal (especially the citadel). The music was fairly good, but sometimes got stuck.

Although I believe you have a bit potential, I think this one barely passes judgement.

enough stick figures.

either use your talent to entertain and be known, or dont waste yours and others time

ugh nnn

tooo long. and there is no animation at all


Way too long for the amount of actual content there. Credits usually run from bottom to top, most text was on screen long enough to be read at least twice. If there was a joke (meteor shower) it was killed by Jim Davis like over selling in that there was a written set-up for an entirely visual joke. The exchange between daemons seemed to serve no purpose. All in all, this would be vastly more watchable if there were just less of it. How much does watching Gunther walk past buildings advance the story? There's no follow-up on the pentagram, and it seems like there should be since it is a recurring, umm, event.

I can say, though, that there were two parts that I found neat/interesting. Neat was the way that Thor's mouth moved. Interesting was the way that the library doors opened. I think that the doors may have been unintentional, though they were the only part that I found to really make one question the nature of the reality of the 357th dimension. It seems as though they opened (both of them) both inward and outward. Looking at the lower border, they seem to open inward, but if one looks at the upper border they seem to open outward, occluding the view of the building. Neat.


That was so painfully dull. 1 for effort.

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1.80 / 5.00

Jan 30, 2011
2:54 AM EST