Lol'd at the tombstones labeled "Indiana Jones Franchise" and "The Radio Star"
I dont know which part made me laugh harder
I literally LOL'd when the 2001 Space Odyssey part played, but seeing Zombies sing and dance and Zoey beat Wesker (from Resident Evil!) in the chest with a crowbar made me laugh even harder. Thank you for this, I needed to laugh today
well thought out
I love how this ties in to the second one. Its like they're going on at the same time.
When she calls him is when he gets stabbed in the chest. Its wonderfully thought out.
Made me lol
This was amazing! Plus i love you're reference to Azu-manga Daioh at the end.
Please. Make. More.
Really enjoyed it
It was a fresh video. Different from most of the stuff out there, and backed by a great song.
As for the blobs, my guess is that they are a unifying thought or idea. Everyone who either had it or developed it had something in common. They were all longing for something, whether it be a person or an object. The blob symbolizes the development of that need. As for the random little things like the ladybug, I'm assuming the artist took that clear out of the words spoken, as more of a literal translation of the song lyrics to be easily incorporated into his interpreted translation.
But that's my assumption. Not fact.
If you get the chance, it might be worth while to complete the piece. Its off to a great start.
I liked it very much. The eagle falling left a little to be desired, but the art work was all there. Honest to god, I've seen people years out of school still lacking the talent and dedication you've shown to possess in this short clip. The drawings were refreshingly clean; something rarely found in flash animations.
About the story: I'm going to be completely honest. I think that the idea was there but the title threw me. I understand why you called it "Karma" but I don't really think it fit. That's my only "beef", so to speak.
Keep up the good work! I look forward to seeing more from you in the future.
honestly, at first i had no idea what to think of this. I'd watched all three and didn't know how to approach this box. The first, I felt was seriously lacking. it disapointed me. I thought it was choppy and the song was overbearing.
However, when I clicked the second, I was a little impressed, and it was enjoyable. the idea is simple and it's nothing out of the ordinary, and i think that's what makes it great.
Then, when i watched the third, it amazed me! I didn't understand how you could create something like the third entry, and accept the first in the collection. It's appearnt that you have a great great skill. Having one thing lead onto the other like that and the woman with fungi in her hair as a symbol, was extremely intelligent.
I'm off to watch your other films, but i wanted to put my honest opinions out before I place personal judgement on the others and allow them to influence my opinion of this one. Please take my critique with an open mind, and continue to practice your art, because you are so very skilled!
Thank You very much for this in-depth review, Miss:)
The other two in the box work mostly as experiments actually. Especially Saiviours of Jazz Ballet.
I hope You're going to like my other work as much as you liked Coffee Break:)
Despite the minimalist approach, it did look fairly complicated, Cameron. This video was amusing! The conversation itself was funny, but then to play on the fact that the man, who the whole idea that you asume the men are you know what lest i give something away, then to end it like you did placed the kicker. i think that without the last three or four lines, and that goofy smile (both of which added to the joke tremendously) it would not have been the same.
overall my score, since the art was limited is infact a 10, simply because I enjoyed it, and it was well put together. Things to work on: my sugestion would be perhaps to include a bit more to look at if you opt for minimalism, i.e. a clock with the second hand going round, since you mentioned frame by frame work and it wouldn't cause too much trouble in that respect. sometimes it's the little things that make a big difference.
great job, though.
Let me start off by saying your concept of perspective is truly outstanding. You have what every art student and teacher wish to obtain. My high school teacher once said "If you can do perspective, it doesn't matter if you're good or not, because you'll never have a problem finding a job." I only hope that held true for you.
Honestly, the only thing bad I really have to say about this submission is that i was taken aback by the incredible 3-d style art and then highly dissapointed by the first character introduced. I would've expected more than just anime-style art in such a film as this. So many other things could've been done to show the contour of his face, making it look just as 3-d as the rest. Not to mean any disrespect, but the whole film was like a field full of flowers and his face was the one weed.
overall, great job. I'm sorry I had to knock it. My suggestion would be that if you make more n the future (and I hope you do!) Hesitate to place people in them. despite their importance in the story, I feel it took away from the stunning design.
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