Society Interactions

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This animation is about the idea that society is a network of people working together to sustain one another. The animation explores the concept of there being a back and forth relationship between two individuals who never meet, simply due to how large society is.

Software used and other credits:
Animated in Adobe Flash
Adobe After Effects for some extra animation
Edited in Adobe Premiere Pro
Sounds mostly from Freesound.org
Footstep sounds from: https://www.freesound.org/people/RonaldVanWonderen/sounds/110099/
(I made changes to the sound)

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Nice educational animation:)

let's go.

Sound effects, pitch perfect. Animation, simple, but suits the concept. And well-edited.

It just needs that extra layer of depth, as someone else described, another 'thread'. Once the point registered, and it became clear what was going on, the video was crying out for something else in the mix, some more complexity, some more interactions, some more actions. It was building nicely, a great crescendo and then petered out somewhat which was unfortunate.

Looking forward to seeing more from you.

cool, creative and clever!
i liked it, very original concept right here.
you could add a few more situations/examples, like cattle farmers, /people with livestock providing food for restaurants, which later throw their trash into grabage bins, which get collected later by people who throw the trash to recycling units, that create, lets say new stuff, like (from paper) cards, books, newspapers, etc etc, and having the cycle go on again.

your movie was good, so yeah, keep it up, and do more!
this could develop into a nice humanitarian human-helping-human kind of movie episode.
will you do more like this?

anyways, good stuff.

KewinLan responds:

Thank you! I will try to make more animations like this.

Not bad! I've installed water lines and farmed. Though maybe if there were some other 'threads' in the mix, and not just the 2/3 shown here, the impact would be greater, and be less need for looping.

This would make a nice series!

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4.50 / 5.00

Mar 24, 2014
1:26 PM EDT