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I liked it, but what was with the ending? I didn't understand the storyline very well. Let me see if I was close:
The Doctor came in like santa and gave a bike to a little girl, then there were weeping angels and he transformed to the next doctor
Am I right?
Either way, great animation and I loved the lighting.
There wasn't too much of a story....
I was trying to do two things.
One, and most important, match the feel in the music.
Two, account for the fading light in one certain shot. It was due to a malfunctioning flashlight, but looked really cool so I wanted to keep it.
It's confusing, and not meant to be much anyway.
But thank you for the compliments!
Okay, now that you've explained it, I see what was going on, but I had no idea while I was watching it. I've noticed in more than one of your films that sometimes you make night scenes too dark. Intense lighting is fine, but this was so dark I couldn't really see what was going on, which only added to the confusion. I think brightening things up a little bit would be a good thing, and with maybe a little less contrast. The sets and animation were nice though.
First and foremost, Merry Christmas!
While I agree with backyardlegos about the lighting and rioforce about the ending, I really enjoyed this short. You definitely matched the feel of the music and the fading light looked great. Your animation technique is always super, and this video further proves it. Keep up the good work, Pritchard!
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