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Apr 3, 2017 | 4:13 PM EDT
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A red panda bear is scared to tell her friend a secret. She discovers a creature called a vieharr that has the power to rip the thoughts out of her mind and into the open air. The panda tries to chase and stop the vieharr from showing these thoughts to her friend.

This is the film I worked on in Vancouver Film school. By far one of the best years I've had. My class ca87 made it awesome!



Rated 4 / 5 stars

everything other than the actual idea of the movie was great. the quality of the video in all respective fields is good and it's obvious but i think that the plot was i guess.... bad?

look i like the animation, i like the audio and i like the art, no doubt you have that covered. you clearly know how to make a movie and you have the means to make one i'm just saying this didn't really suit my style. You can make whatever you want and because you make it, it will be good, you should be proud of that. it's rare

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Rated 4 / 5 stars

If I didn't read the description I wouldn't really have followed the trail of 'thought', but apart from the somewhat fuzzy plot progression it was beautifully animated. Seems not entirely finished, with some sketches and line-work shining through, but still incredibly smooth and expressive. Has an almost Disney-like style to it. Love the fluidity, and the show of emotion, even if you need those written hints to fully get it. Shows great potential!


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Rated 4 / 5 stars

I love the exposed line art aesthetic! Very expressive faces throughout, and the bit where Vieharr runs towards the camera then away looked excellent. But, the close shots really accentuate the lack of shading. Lacking shading isn't bad, but I think it could be hidden a bit better. Maybe keep the characters moving? Because I didn't notice until they were standing still.

LaleyWasHere responds:

That scene that you are talking about was one of my favorite to animate, so I am happy you liked it!

I think I understand what you're saying about the characters not having any shading. When they stay still it is very noticeable. I did not think about that at all, so thank you for saying something. I'll keep that in mind on the next film I'm working on. :)


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

It could be a little clearer what the vieharr is doing; I probably wouldn't have understood that without the description in the author comments.
Other than that it's a pretty awesome start to what I hope is a long and fruitful career as an animator.

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LaleyWasHere responds:

Yeah, I do realize it can be a bit confusing. That's the one thing that bothered me the most about this film. (that and I feel it was a bit sappy.) But, hey, The best way to learn is to just go for it. lol.

I appreciate the review. Thank you!


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Beautiful animation and art!

LaleyWasHere responds:

Thank you! :3