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That voice actor was really good. Big fan of his work
In all seriousness, though I really enjoyed this. It had some nice cinematography and it was pretty well animated. I consider this a big step up for you. It's by far your best work so far, and your animation and storytelling skills are really showing. Overall, it was pretty atmospheric. I'm a big fan of sci-fi when it's executed well, and a big contribution to making a good sci fi film is setting the atmosphere and giving it a unique feel. There is a definite lack of music at times, and there were moments when you could have benefitted from more musical accompaniment. But that's a very minor fault. If that's your biggest fault, then that's a definite sign of success.
This was really good. Glad to have been part of it!
I enjoyed this and the pacing was good, but it left me wanting more. Like the reasons for the actions on-screen.
I summarize by just copying comments I made on the BiM chat, so I don't retype it all out again:
T3A opening credits remind me of either Men In Black titles or Kick Me, an animation from
okay, now I'm only 24 second into this but I love the space station/ship's look! So
tronpunk.. reminds me of 1978ish artwork from Angus McKie, a British sci-fi artist I so
These sets are beautiful.. They've got a Space: 1999 thing going or somthing. I wish I
was half as elegant a set designer
the vocals are not balanced. I had to turn volume up to hear
I enjoyed this, but want to know more about the enemies.
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