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I rushed through this animation in 2 weeks to present to my university class. It's a tribute animation to the great music of James Dooley. Because of time constraints, I had to cut it from it's intended 2 minute run time to about 40 seconds, and in a lot of the character movements I had to use the rough animation.

I was stuck on how to make trees grow out of the ground and my friends Francis Florencio and Sif Perlt Savery were very supportive and gave me lots of ideas. Thanks guys!

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Art/Animation: 4.75/5
Entertainment Value: 4.8/5
Overall: 4.775 = 96%

Short and sweet; excellent work. The animation's great and the scenery is top-notch, excellent stuff.

HowardWimshurst responds:

thanks dude

that was really fun and relaxing to watch

very nice:) the animation was good and the background music,fit nicely.

Trees like mushrooms. :) I can't say the music is as powerful as the animation itself, wish there was something somehow more pompous to go with it, but it's a beautiful work! In a sense, it's like music is food for the soul; music is life, though the movements make me think more of martial arts than sound... so maybe there's some secondary meaning to this? Very fluid motions, and plently of symbolism if you want it, keep up the great work!

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I love that slow, sort of static explosion at the beginning. Very surreal.

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Dec 20, 2013
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