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Aug 14, 2013 | 7:17 PM EDT

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Shattered Heaven

Episode 1 "The Path Laid Out"

An original mecha animated web series based off the novel series of the same name.

A hundred years has passed since the rebirth of humanity. A new world, born from a catastrophe of its own making. The world has grown and technology has advanced. Genesis Global, the world's fore front developer of mechanized frames continue to help educate new generations. The New Year is upon us. For each year, a new path is revealed.

Cast in order of appearance

Narrator: Ty Konzak
Extras: Tamtu Bui, Heidi Tabing, Gerardo Paz
Mike Aquilus: Carlos Moreno
Grace Cooper: Corinne S.
Christina Efflorenso: Michelle Deco
Sean Repens: Brian Gilbert
Jen Fama: Jasmine Carbonell
Amy Caecus: Kira Buckland
Adam Novus: Adam Tilford
Severen: Niel Sumter
Catherine Henning: Brittany Lauda
Sarah Henning: Holly Hampson
Stephen Novus: Greg Nugent
Veronica Laboro: Jessi Nowack

Music composed by Project Trinity

Ending theme
"Broken Machine"
Performed by Amanda Lee
Lyrics and composition by Luke Thomas

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

3:30 Cameo!! XD That just made my day, nice first episode, I can't wait to see how you improve in the future.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

love the drawing, really good work and very inspiring, thought i saw xin and Hanto from the xin series

nikedrummer33 responds:

Thank you. You did, their voice actors are my friends and they're actually extras in this episode.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Now this looks to be an amazing series.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Loved it.

nikedrummer33 responds:

Glad you enjoyed it :)


Rated 5 / 5 stars

First thing is first, I would like to agree with oldmanorange, SirBladewind has absolutely no experience in flash animation. I dabbled in it during my high school years, making my own custom preloaders and etc from scratch and only managing to finish my animation part way though. However, I understand how hard it is to make video like this, especially if you draw it frame by frame, which is a respectable and honorable thing to do now seeing how very few artists do it like that. I see a lot of "tweening" or "sheeting" going on now. This is an indie video that deserves props, the storyline has an excellent plot and has my interest. If I can stay focused on your video while working on my research then you good sir have truly made something. Keep up the good work, I'm looking forward to episode 2!