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DMT - The Last Seconds

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Nov 6, 2012 | 1:44 PM EST

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Hello there, this is my fourth release to NG now, with many more to come. I wasn't really planning on uploading this, It's really rushed in places and it's rather sad and sappy, but what the hey, here it is on NG, in mp4 format (because I managed to break the original flash file)

A man awakens in a vast desert and has a conversation about the joys and troubles of his own life, with a man who is none other than himself.

The title refers to the notion of DMT flooding your brain to give you one last dream before you die.

Voiced by Seymour
Music by BombFiglio
And a big thanks to TomFulp for helping me get this on NG

*EDIT* - Thanks for the front page and the daily 3rd place! :D



Rated 5 / 5 stars

wow, did not expect that. this was amazing, you really should be proud of this for sure!

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

Really touching animation was great i like how you put up a short story video of DMT it really rare to see videos like this especially of one of the most powerful psychedelics really great video you deserve 5 stars.

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Rated 4 / 5 stars

Reminds me of Yeah Boy and Doll Face by Pierce the Veil.

Him was talking to the guy that took all the shit he made was pretty cool of a concept, and that last part was really touching.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

I have so much good to say for this piece. Aside from the technical stuff, this short was absolutely touching. The amount of emotion that takes place in this story is outright incredible, especially with it only being a minute long or so. This one I would find even more touching for those who have someone extra special in there lives (myself included).

Final thoughts: I want to see something like this, but much longer. Keep up the awesome work!

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

Loved it, brother. Somber, yet beautiful. Kinda reminds me of the end of "American Beauty" (which is a huge compliment).