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Working with the animation students at Brigham Young University has been a real treat. After much blood, sweat, and tears, we have finally completed Alight. We spent countless hours animating Sparker, the "fire boy," and Aquanna the "water girl," to get the effects and character animation looking just right. To us, they're almost real-life characters by now. We hope you enjoy this unique little piece of Flash animation, mixed with After Effects compositing.

For a higher-resolution version of the film, visit http://www.keyserhouse.co m/alight.



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The animation is very fluid and smooth and the story is really great! This left me breathless and wanting for a sequel! A stunning peice of animation! Beautifull..... amazing..... keep it up, and never stop making animation!


That was probably the best piece of animation I've ever seen on this site. The Art direction was beautiful and worked perfectly, the animation was so smooth and fluid, and the story was great. I feel that the movie being silent except for the music added a lot too. The fact that the piece could cause such an emotional impact after only a few minutes shows that you must be doing something right. Once again, great concept, great animation, and great work! I would love to see more stuff of that caliber on this website.

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i loved this

i really like this i even showed my sisters and cousin. they where like oh he better kill that monster. it was the best %u2665

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That was buetiful and pretty.

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Credits & Info

4.44 / 5.00

Jun 28, 2011
9:54 AM EDT
  • Frontpaged June 29, 2011
  • Weekly Users' Choice June 28, 2011
  • Review Crew Pick June 28, 2011
  • Daily Feature June 29, 2011