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Oct 6, 2012 | 9:02 AM EDT
  • Daily 5th Place October 7, 2012

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It's taken way too long to cut this trailer together, but it's 3 minutes long running at 25 F.P.S., I've also included an exclusive "prequel" comic, just so when I do release my film hopefully people will still view this submission.

A Twisted Transparency is the last part of a trilogy of stories, the prior two were "Cooljaw: Dreaming Darkly", and "The Sugar Claws" both of which are free to view on the portal!

Two things to note, the default quality is "medium", when you enter the film you can change it by pressing the quality button.

The second is to get back to the main menu press the button on the left next to the play button!

I respond to all reviews (eventually).
Here's to noir...
- Celx

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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

OK, that was just creepy, and cool at the same time.

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Celx-Requin responds:

Your reaction pleases me...
- Celx


Rated 5 / 5 stars

One thing I thought was interesting was the man in the shark suit you have on your profile. Wonder what role he's going to play.

Also your animation has improved. Digging this style.

Anyway I'm really excited how this will tie up the first two stories you did. Looking foward to the acts! Best of luck with it!

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Celx-Requin responds:

My animation skills have slowly gotten better in time, not quite at the level I'd like, but acceptable enough to finally finish off the trilogy I think.

Still it's good to know you think I've improved, hope you get a chance to check out the finished product!

Thanks again for the review!
- Celx


Rated 4 / 5 stars

My only question is if it will have dialog or voices? Or is this one of the no word needed type of deals.

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Celx-Requin responds:


There will be no spoken dialogue, I feel that would be a slap in the face to the people who've read my other comics, and have their own idea of how the characters should sound.

It's basically going to be presented as a silent movie, but for people that have trouble reading quickly the option will be present to view the story as a comic, instead of a movie.

- Celx