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Ultimate Showdown of Ultimate Destiny: Cinematic Trailer

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This video is a cinematic reinterpretation of the classic web animation of the same title by Shawn Vulliez, which was based on the song by the legendary Neil Cicierega.

This project was mainly created to put use of some of the thousands of 3D models I've imported into Source Filmmaker originating from hundreds of unique IPs. The only logical way to incorporate many of them into the same video would be in this context. However not every model made a feature in this short video, there are dozens of clips that were animated for this project but never made the cut. Perhaps I should make a deleted scenes video later? Also some of the clips included in this video hail from abandoned project and others are tests for future projects.

Special thanks to Matthew Pablo (DeadlyFishes) for providing his Epic beats to this project, not to mention the musical credits of Andrea Giachini (Jeko88) and Jani Syrjänen (Devastus).

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Notabd at all

So this was pretty good I thought this was a nice vibe of sound and visual pulled together to make one great piece if video here you have some nice skills and you have showcased them well here I really enjoyed how this video plays out and overall this was a cool piece so really some nice work as for changes honestly I think it's fine as it is now no changes needed you have made a great video here

Well no changes are really needed


Could have put Ultimate Showdown song by Lemon Demon

amazing stuff :D

Two things, one, this need to exist as a game or TV sieresor video series, and two, why u no do Star Wars?! There wasn't a Star Wars reference here, I checked twice! This is unacceptable!! :) this is epic! I'd watch it if it were a movie, but it'd probably suck as a movie.

I mean, it's a cool video, but I don't see what it has to do with the original Ultimate Showdown. The characters and people involved in that version were clearly defined and spanned a huge range of media, whereas this just seems to be a large-scale crossover of popular modern games and TV shows. I appreciate the effort that went into it, but it doesn't live up to its title.

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4.12 / 5.00

Dec 30, 2015
5:15 AM EST
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