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Reviews for "Pine"

....I think i get it....
Her dad was dead all along but he was able to help her daughter.....
that way it says his life was usefull
Touching my friend touching

(or i'm just derping here)

dylan responds:

If you're dripping, try replacing your rubber washers. That trick worked wonders for my bathroom faucet!

This is a good short, but nothing brilliant in my opinion. The message has been said for centuries and shorts like this have been made since the dawn of animation and film in general and you did nothing new with it. That being said, it's always good for artists like you to make shorts like this to show everyone that we do not live for ourselves, we live for others.

dylan responds:

I've said it before and I'll say it again: there's nothing that hasn't been said.

Media is a four-chord remix-culture of parodies, knock-offs, reinventings, and retellings of the morals and themes from folk-stories based on fairy tales based on folk stories based on mythology based on the semi-true lives of people long dead. There's not a story out there that hasn't been told and retold.

Except for Breadheads. That one is thoroughly original.

Yep, another 1 minute worth living for. Thanks for that.

dylan responds:

Hopefully, most of your minutes are worth living for.

Dam that was the most intense 1 min of my life...

dylan responds:

The most intense minute of my life was when I went camping!

(get it? Intense = in tents!)

Great animation and sound design. The analogy is clever but the voice acting can be cheesy. I think that's partly due to the dialogue and partly the actors.

dylan responds:

I'd say it's definitely the dialogue, not the acting. I only had a few days to write the piece, so I didn't really have a lot of time to hone in on the best way to write each line. I think the VAs did excellent jobs with what I gave 'em.