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SPUD - Part 3

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Nov 21, 2011 | 2:45 AM EST
  • Daily 3rd Place November 22, 2011

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This film series was initially inspired from drawings when I was about 4 years old.

a bit over 170 hours work over 3 months

View more of my films at my website



Rated 3 / 5 stars


...definitely mysterious.....even through the end i still dont quite get it Xd feels like everything is stuck fast and then tried to put an end to it becuz,....mysterious ending sounds cool?
nice art though (i like the art better than the story -_- )

nahtanojmal responds:

Hey Thanks. I think most like the story more, nevertheless I'm glad you like the art.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

the best

i dont know what 2 say... but its so sad and great so thanks 4 making this... i give it 5/10. make a new spud not a different kind plllllzzzzzzz!

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nahtanojmal responds:

Your welcome. :) we will see...


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Yup, suddenly it all starts making sense.

As with last time, great execution. As far as having what you need to tell a story without being taken out of it by amateurish graphical flaws or messy finishing, solid job. Still lacking in the animation department, there's no frame-by-frame, and the sound design could definitely use some work, there's little to no ambiance anywhere in the movie; no room tones, no wind. But for what it's worth, it did what it was supposed to.

The story is something completely different though. While I don't want to knock it for being obnoxious Christian propaganda... It's kind of obnoxious Christian propaganda lol. With this, you're slowly starting to rob the characters and the plot of its humanity by showing that the company who hired the heroes was lying to them (good, fascinating), then following up with 3 minutes of "hey, humans lie, so your life is a lie and you're evil, so go get religion, or suffer in hell after you dieeee!". I feel like I could ask you to be more subtle with the way you handle the unraveling of your metaphors, but clearly that isn't the point here. The point is to scare people into imaginary servitude, as with my little series it's very difficult for me to be subtle about my disgust with your cult, so why ask? But I cannot ignore that you have skill, and on a boring school night, it was something to watch. Keep at this, the Bible's the world's greatest horror/comedy, I'll watch anything based on it :3

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nahtanojmal responds:

Thanks, I think. :D


Rated 4 / 5 stars


The art wasn't that great but the story was deep/good/interesting.

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nahtanojmal responds:

I agree and thanks


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Excellence as always.

I guessed where you were going with this, and I knew it would not be cliche. Beautiful story development and message, though I thought the story needed a bit more visual explanation about the nature and creation of 'heroes' and a truly climactic ending. But an excellent way to bring the big guy into this (trying not to give spoilers here). SPUD is a great character, and so is everyone else in the story whose names I've conveniently forgotten. The series may be over, but if you plan for anything else, I trust it will be just as awesome. Kudos.

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nahtanojmal responds:

;) thanks