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This short animation is a project I made for Arts Shcool.

It's about infinite fractal universe.

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Wow intense

Wow I have to say that this was pretty intense the black and white element rather then just white is such a great ideas the amount of detail in this is pretty amazing and loved every scene here from start to finish the msuic was amazing you really made a masterpiece here.

no suggestions needed for this masterpiece


thank you for sharing with us, everything fits nicely together. I like the black and white contrast.

the song choice is absolutely fantastic and really makes this that much stronger! i know a better version of this song but just hearing the 1:25 part and the ending makes me feel almost precisely what you are showing in this video, minus the inter-dimensional shift which is also a very strong depiction here! nice

The concept is nothing too new or interesting, but the execution is very impressive!

Edit: Actually, no... not only is the concept not new or interesting... it's almost as if every detail has been chosen to evoke the quintessential production that one imagines when you hear the words "animation art student film" all together. Starting with a sink dripping water, and to the lonely girl looking out the window within a hole in her chest, and a choker on her neck. Looking out at a starry night, no less... and with the very recognizable Vivaldi score you zoom into the unappreciated majesty of the cellular and molecular universe sitting right beside her... yeah I've seen it before. You did it super well. But it's been done and it's never been a very substantive concept to begin with. Yeah it's great that animation can accomplish that, and that you as an artist can accomplish that visual spectacle. But where is your personal impact on that concept? What in this piece is YOU? Because being perfectly honest, this seems just... generic to me.

Amazing animation, I Love it!