Eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeew, dude, why?
This is beautiful, awesome, and yet so heartbreaking at the same time. Who knew that a blue-footed booby could be so sympathetic?
That was beautiful! I really am impressed at how strong you made these emotions. The animation was quite good. I was in no way expecting this. I thought it would just be a video about nature. I guess that's what documentaries are for.
The music was great. I heard that before, but had no idea it was from Bjork! Then again, you did use various audio. I really did feel bad for that baby bird. It looks like it will still be hard to take care of it.
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Some of the elements in this movie were truly splendid, the sunset constantly lowering in each scene it's shown was very genius work, it gave a real lighting mood for the flash, the underwater scenes with the bird rescuing his infant was very cool and felt like a true underwater experience. The movie was also emotionally touching with him saving his infant from the water and trying to revive him after bringing him back to the nest. The end credits was a nice touch to I must add, with the bird photos. It's an unfortunate but true part of nature and we must accept it's only natural and almost obligated to happen. The music and sound effects were very masterful as well.
Some scenes were dragged out way to long like the bird flying back to his nest, it didn't really feel all that suspenseful and just seemed like a long dragged out flying sequence to me which kind of toned the epic mood down a bit. Also the beginning music almost sounded like old style video game music to me, I'm not sure what it was about it.
Great quality of animation, a true and emotionally touching story line to it you had some very unique mood setting effects showing different scenes of nature like the turtle and the different underwater sea creatures. I wish to see more works from you in the future if possible, keep up the great work!