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OH YESSSSSS! Flipping AWESOME!! Nice action and animation. Very good despite it's poor plot. I had to just
watch in twice!
I thought it was very well done. The narration seemed a bit bland, but I still liked it to an extent. The action scenes reminded me of the battle scenes in "Battles BC" on the History Channel. CGI was amazing! Very well done!!
As a whole pretty cliche and cheesy, but it had its moments of awesomeness, and it was totally entertaining.
It was awesome, but I would have liked it a lot more if it was longer. About the story, it was predictable but sometimes I don't really care about that. I'd give it 4.5/5, but if it was longer I would surely give 5/5.
Amazing job. The archers were impressive to see.
I've noticed that more and more people are experimenting with 20 and 24 fps. Is this a sign of the times to come?
Holu [email protected]#$.
How long did it take you to do all the animation?
Amazing, but a bit cliche.
Thanks for the comments, forum!
I know the story is clichè and predictable, that is kind of the "point". If there ever was one.
MOL, The animation was done in a little over one week with around 10 hour workdays.
As the CGI/Bluescreenwork is pretty extensive, and I'd never attempted anything like this before, some of the shots include lego-plated ground and some don't. I just didn't know what would look better at the time, so I did both. The result turned out even better than I would have guessed though, mostly thanks to tons of editing work, and thanks to my artwork accomplices, who did a great job.
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