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So this has been sitting in my computer for a good three months now. It was an outside project I did during my senior year of high school and is also the first serious animation I've sat down and completed. A short explanation of the animation itself: This man falls asleep and his consciousness takes new form. And in this infinite strip of a dimension, bodies are taken from one side to the other- reality to dream. It's usually a one way trip, but this time, our hero has a little run in with "customs".

Music is an original, and if people would like, I can submit the song in the audio portal or send it to you.

All criticism is welcome! :)

[edit] Thanks to everyone who was a part of getting this to the front page!!! Namely, starogre for the kind mention that was the catalyst for the publicity. All the reviews have really bolstered my spirits and inspired me to create more!

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Wow, that was a cool and creative cartoon! It was weird to win Review Crew Pick and nothing else. Then again, that happened to the Star Syndicate like three times. I just loved the music in this. The white puffy guy reminds me of the robot from "Big Hero 6". This was YEARS before the movie, of course.

Well maybe, there was a comic of him? Anyway, it was great to see it all come together at the end. There's a lot of travel in this. I just love the idea of using your dreams like this. It's nice and innovative.

Still absolutely love this. Love the style, the story and the animation. All this is made even more impressive by the fact that it was a high school project. One again, beautiful piece.

This looks like something that would come out in adult swim.

The animation looked a bit rough around the edges but the "plot" was ok. I'm not much of a fan of the music but it seems to fit in quite nicely. Though ... I think you could have done more to makes the mood a bit more nightmare-ish.

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4.56 / 5.00

Sep 5, 2011
12:40 AM EDT