This was awesomly hilarious and well animated! Nice job!
Kinda reminds of the fact that I couldn't attend the meet this year (for like the 3rd year in the row)...
While the animation was really well done, I think the build-up to the punch may have been a tad strechted out, especially since we all knew how it was gonna end. Doesn't make it any less funny though (especially the delivery of the star). Nice job overall, you just need to work on the pacing a bit!
It's been a very long time since I wrote a review, but this movie deserved it!
I loved the concept! Very clever idea and well executed! I actually felt sad for the man who, at first, only seemed to have a very crappy day but ended up seing the universe around him gradually disappear into thin air. The shot of his wife waving at him seemed like it was foreshadowing it all, but maybe it's just me :P
The animation was pretty awesome also, I always love it when an animator are able to break away from their usual style. There's only one shot at the end (the one where the man spins on himself) that seemed to have some clunky 3D, but that's it.
And like Luis mentioned, I would've done the whole thing silent, since the dialogue don't bring anything meaningful to the short.
Good, but too close to Machinarium
The art for the game is simply incredible and the characters are fun and interesting. The only negative thing I have to say about the game is that it looks and feels a bit too much like Machinarium (another amazing point and click game). I don't know if it's voluntary of your part, but if not, you should check the game out!
You're a cruel, cruel man, you know that? ;)
No wonder this took so long to come out, it's incredible!
Nothing negative to say on this piece, I think the whole thing is incredible! I hope I'll be part of the 2009 one (if there is one) and thanks a bunch Luis for organizing this!
Also, kudos to NinjaDonut for mentionning my piece in his review. Tee heee :3
That's just amazing! Nice job!
Any chance this could be turned into a game? :P
Never seen such an eloquent depiction of American History. It brings a tear to my eye. Bravo, mr. Swain, bravo!
Let the funds begin...
Detective Nwar faces off with two thieves who planned on laughing all the way to the bank.
The Grifms meets The Sweatsons
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