An intresting tail to say the least.
The story grabbed me and ya had me wondering up till the end. It took me a few moments to realize what had happened up there at the end but i got it. The animation was really good given the time restraint. The sound board needed some help as there were some rough edges but once a gain good for what little time you have.
But if i may ask was was with the woods in flames? I kinda expected the story to turn to a bitter sweet ending as the fire came closer that he would unwrap the wing and let to bird go flying free so the two of them wouldn't die together and or the bird coming back refusing to leave his friend. I don't know perhaps thats just me. All in all good job.
The artwork was...pretty decent. It was a nice plotline for the first half of the movie, but...seriously.
WTF HAPPENED IN THE OTHER HALF?
Mainly it was down to time restraints, but we tried to keep a consistant quality throughout.
That bird needs a lawyer.
I can tell by seeing this scouts arm that they do not have a first aid badge, and therefore did an unproper job in mending the bird, if it dies from a disease we'll know who to put in prison.
There is a badge for ALL UK scouts called emergency aid, this is what it was referring to.
Well for a 48 hr. flash
I will say that due to the time constraints of this film that it is pretty well done. The movie was completed and there was animation. Although there are defiantly things that could be done to help with the story and animation. The story did seem to have people asking "what happened" mostly because there is no explanation of how the forest fire is set or how the scout dies at the end. In fact i was confused weather was the bird dead too. There was no blood or no effect other than a stabbing sound to give any indication on what had happened. I also thought that in the ending scene of when he falls asleep after helping the bird that the somewhat loud music abruptly stops. This could have been fixed as well. The slight narration in the film was quiet and hard to hear of the ambiance of the music.
I give you a 7/10
~Rebel12 (AKA RoY)
It seemed interesting, but I don't get it. The bird didn't seem to want to kill they boy. And the fire started before he took of the bandage. The bird demon thing actually cried after killing the boy, but did he really need to kill him because of that? and why wasn't the scythe there in the first place? He should have seen it before he took on the bandage...