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Delura EP 002

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ORIGINAL PUBLISH DATE (on YouTube as "tndstudios"):
Febuary 19, 2011 7:59 PM

For more info on the series, check out delura.tanadrine.com

--Ryan Roye
All visual and SFX elements
Voice of Silgrarian Doctor

--Taben Roye
Pre-production concept artwork
Voice of Aiden

Tor, the Silgrarian home planet, is a desolate wasteland of ice. The surface is beaten by 400+ mph winds and temperatures that can, at times, near absolute zero; the point at which molecules cease all movement. Plant-life does exist on Tor, but only in the form of heavily layered crystals which have evolved to resist the harsh atmosphere. All civilization on this planet with the exception of Silgrarian establishments prefer to house buildings underground, reserving any surface structures for functions such as entry points or cargo transfer. Tor is a large planetary body, with gravity powerful enough to render most Morphs immobile within minutes, necessitating the use of force inhibitors for any location that one would expect to survive within.

Among one of the major establishments consists of the Tanadrine Interplanetary Mining Company (TIMCO) facility. Through contracting and acquisition of land (in exchange for planetary defense), the people of Tanadrine harvest the energy contained within charged crystals for use in various applications throughout the galaxy. The structure also serves other functions including ship repair and trade of goods. Repair service is especially profitable, considering many who enter the surface will find their ships damaged to some degree.

To put it simply, Tor is a far from ideal location for any intergalactic entrepreneur or traveler that cannot afford the often expensive heavy shielding required to get anywhere near the surface.

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Though the 3D animation is not of the best quality, there is a lot of places for improvement such as the audio, the 3D quality of the character and the surrounding even at some point even in your more recent animations. I like the concept and the idea of what possible advance futuristic technology can be used in most of your animations.

P.S. For anyone who does not know and did not read the author's comments in the author's other animation, He clearly said a lot of times that Aiden is a Guy ( though I don't know the voice actor is a guy or a gal), So I felt like I wanted to clear this up for a lot of people who mistaken Aiden as a girl just because of his girly voice and kept saying Aiden as a she in their reviews which irritates me when I read them.

Also the author must be quite short of voice actors to use a girly voice for a male character which can cause misunderstandings. (not that I hate it and don't hate me for that as I think that the voice actor is the author's sibling as they have the same surname, I do read the author comments unlike someone.)

Awwwww! The Robo Doc put a blanket on her. T_T That was adorable. I don't normally like things with spider like legs but for some reason I really like the design of the Doctor. If those existed as buyable robo pals I would totally save up, and get one! Anyways... With the exception of the main characters audio sounding like a stuffy mic, and inconsistant compared to other's I really like this series so far.

Everything is good but the main character's voice is untrained boring and stuffy..

If i just woke up in a strange room, and saw something like that looking at me, i'd freak too. good job on the POV.

Really enjoyed this batch, the doctors design was well made, the slightest eye twitches in Aiden were noted, and a lot of the movements made everything more fluid and human, so to speek.


Credits & Info

4.19 / 5.00

Nov 10, 2012
6:08 AM EST
  • Daily 4th Place November 11, 2012