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Dec 21, 2011 | 1:59 AM EST
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Directed by/background art: Greg Bartlett (ZEEDOX)
Character Animator: Josiah Brooks (JAZZA)

"Chasing Comets in my Garage" song by REASONER

I started a year and a half ago on Comet when Reasoner was looking for a music video to be created for a song from his album. Being a huge fan of his work, I was excited to help out. It ended up more ambitious than I imagined and eventualy I teamed up with Jazza. I'm hugely thankful to him for making this project possible at the quality I was aiming for.

Merry Christmas!



Rated 4 / 5 stars


this was actually pretty good. It would of been great if you had more character development though. Keep it up!

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Rated 4 / 5 stars

There are some mistakes, but it`s really good

The whole movie looks like it was made little "randomly", just like a normal dream. I can see that reindeer has bad running animation. The title is good, because it doesn`t tell us what will happen. At least for ME it`s advantage. And nice loading screen.


Rated 4 / 5 stars


y u no make much sence till end?


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Animation and music in (almost) perfect harmony

Concept:Author express his christmas spirit through this eye candy of an animation.

Aesthetic: One of the strongest point of this flash the environments were nothing short of beautiful, excellent uses of shading, color depth, Tints, and well drawn objects made them look organic. The music sounds like it was a scrapped level theme for a HALO game. perfectly matching the intensity of its melodies simultaneously with the visual beautiful imagery and action taking place on screen.

I was only bothered by how weird the kid look. I have to agree with some other criticisms that his facial expressions didn't feel unnatural.

Story: Pretty much a fantasied interpretation on how awesome his new toy will be.Taking it seriously and addressing the" plotholes" as if a dream sequence is suppose to make complete sense would make me feel like a jackass.


While overall it was well done, the kids lack of expression bothers me. Includin whatever facial expression he conveys just looks unnatural and creepy. He hardly appears healthy as his walking posture makes him seem as though he's sickly. The eyes are buggy and to me kind of sticks out to far from his face. In the beginning he kinda looked like a zombie that was reanimated while on a sugar high.

Outside of our awkward looking protagonist there was another issue I caught almost hidden underneath the flashes beauty. The wheels on the bicycles weren't drawn in for some scenes, but with all the effort put into this flash I'll give you the benefit of the doubt and assume that mistake just went unnoticed.

OVERALL: An good animation that succeeds in delivering christmas joy. While the protagonist feels unnatural the excellent choreography of visual imagery, animation, and music would leave many young children ecstatic with Christmas Eve goosebumps.

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Rated 4 / 5 stars

visually its pretty much perfect

first off, wow, those backgrounds were fucking beautiful, especially the christmas lights that came to life; it's not often you get flash animations that have so much detail put into the lighting aspect

i've got to nitpick a few things though. i don't think the flash should have turned out to be the kid's fantasy/dream. something that's annoyed me recently about a lot of cartoons is that the cartoonish and fantastic aspects of them turn out to be a hallucination, a dream, or a drug trip. it's not only an easy 'cop out' ending, but it sort of takes away from the fact that it's a cartoon in the first place. personally i think the story would have been stronger if you based it around the city with the boy encountering the neon lights, rather than taking it to the outer space setting. a few things seemed shoe-horned in as well, like the alien for example - i think he was just there so the cartoon could have a tangible antagonist.

aside from that, everything else was great (especially the shots/framing), the sequences fit well with the music etc etc etc, i just wish more of the cartoon was like the first minute or so instead of a space adventure

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