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One Man's Pass

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I had a nightmare, which I decided to animate like a 1970's horror movie. It's not for kids, but then again it's probably not that scary. My first attempt at animating a proper story.

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This style of animation is very unique and different, I like it quite a lot. Good job on the use of atmosphere.

KerbGunk responds:

Thank you so much, glad you liked the style!

where'd you get the music? Animation was pretty decent, it's clear you have your mind in a frame by frame hand drawn kinda deal and you're not depending on tweens. I would just try to work on drawing anatomy, it's clear you're starting to develop a style but still need to practice to refine it

KerbGunk responds:

Thank you! I'm always trying to improve my drawing, so hopefully it will improve with each video. As for the music, I made it mostly from sounds on sampleswap.com The fiddle in the middle is a loop i took from a video of a fiddler called John Doherty.

Lovely sound effects, music AND dialect! <3 I love the textures of your artwork.

KerbGunk responds:

Thank you, I appreciate it a lot!

The aniamtion style is really cool. Plus the different plus fitting visuals. The cahracters entertaining accents and the videos scary yet good story. Also i like all the different types of shots. If i had to give some criticism the depth seems a bit too far back for the buildings and backgrounds.

KerbGunk responds:

Thank you so much! On my next one I'll definitely look at having backgrounds that are closer or more wrapping around, I hadn't thought about that

Really like seeing you branching out! Animation was good, though a little awkward in places. The only thing that annoyed me was seeing the crowd behind the glass cheering and not hearing anything. But keep experimenting, and I'm excited to see what else you come out with! :D

KerbGunk responds:

Thanks! I had recorded a song for that scene, but I decided to leave it out as I wanted it to be a bit more disassociating. I probably should have had it on quiet or something, but I hope I learn as I go on!