Cut the guy a break. So many people do this to my video game mods, thinking it's the best i can do while I'm still training my skills, makes me wonder if i should show the public my progress at all... At least until It's good enough. Plus you try 3D you'll find all he did, the water cloth, particles, it's all hard stuff - i've been there. This guys been modeling since 1996 or so. I went to his website, he's working hard on this stuff...
Thanks for your comment. I have been fascinated by 3d graphics for many years now. Same with composing music. However, those are my hobbies and it is always challenging to find some free time to spend the required hours, days and weeks on these projects. But I keep improving my skills and hopefully one day I will be able to make something truly stunning. I still get lots of valuable input from many absolutely great people on NG (especially regarding my music) and they help me pinpoint my shortcomings as well as my strong points. So it has been very useful experience for me so far, and I encourage you to keep sharing your game mods with the community. It takes time and dedication to become very good at something, and I think the path there - even though frustrating at times - can also be very rewarding :)
Well.... yes :) I'm still learning the software and I'm toying with some ideas. I need more practice before I make something more entertaining and longer. One important thing I learned this time is that it was a mistake to made the video first, and then try to compose music for it. There was no flexibility in making music anymore, and it came out too jerky - the music theme changes too abruptly. I find it super difficult to compose a melody that will fit exactly the amount of time it has before it has to change to match what is happening on the screen. For my next video I will keep composing music and making the video at the same time - that should give much better final impression.
TL;DR: It's a short video because it's my first attempt at something like this - gotta start somewhere :)