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Dreaming High

rated 4.36 / 5 stars
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Nov 9, 2012 | 6:21 AM EST

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This animation was made in the matter of 3 weeks, as an entry for the NMAE animation tournament's 2nd round. After "Jack and Jones: Sweet and Sour" I felt like taking a step back and do something that is a little more... "me" I guess.
I've been quite fortunate with this one, and I enjoyed working on it till the end.

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Rated 4 / 5 stars

While I will NOT say it was so powerful that it left me in tears, it undoubtedly deserves far higher praise than a bally measly 3.5 stars. The music seemed somewhat awkwardly fitting, and the story was moving simply in the fact on how often one might find such stories in the world today. Kudos my friend.

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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

This Animation is Great The opening Highlights the title and the ending Was Quite Good But All in All This Did not made me Bored and not spending my 3 mins. So This rating Is Good


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Why in the bloody protestant hell does this only have 3.5 stars!? This was absolutely beautiful! I was practically in tears by the end, and if an animation can do that to someone, it deserves a reasonable bloody score.

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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Lovely video.


-Music: Surprisingly fit the mood well for the piece.

-Animation style: As weird as transitions look, it has a very unique style. I think it looks fantastic.

-Seriousness: I like the serious tone of the piece over all, and it makes me wonder how the dragon is connected to the boy.

-Beginning: Weak opening. I think it would have worked better without saying the title of the piece. But I guess you may have needed to format the video for the competition that way.

-Ending: not because of the switch in tone, but I think you should have had the music fade at the end, as it would have made the scene stand out. Silence in film is often done to highlight a point, and I think in this case, it would have translated well for the video.

Good job. Hope your competition goes well. I enjoyed the piece very much :D

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

Painfully beautiful.