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Handcuffs and a whip? I suspect I know what book that woman was reading.
Interesting idea, and I loved the attention to detail you put into the environment surrounding some of the stories. There were points where I found myself wandering off, though; I think it might have been a combination of the library lighting (conductive to reading, but not super-interesting to look at) and the music being a little monotonous. Still, it served its purpose well and had some great easter-eggs. Good film overall.
As well as everything squash said I had to mention that you showed most, if not all, of my favorite books. I salute you, lechnology, you have great taste in literature!
I especially loved the references in the environment to the book the character was reading (e.g. Gandalf reading a J.R.R. Tolkien book or the Monolith while the person read 2001: A Space Oddessey)
I wasn't looking to make some gritty scenery so the bright lighting and eeky-lovey-dovey look was used. I essentially just selected best seller titles, pop culture titles, and titles that I've seen circulating.
Other "Easter eggs": Clockwork Orange, A Tale of Two Cities, Thank You Bear, Hamlet, Harry Potter, Twilight, and Hunger Games
Also, the same baby (Maggie) and child (Boo) from the Misconception clip.
When I saw the striped tiger toy I immediately thought "Calvin and Hobbes! " but was sorely disappointed. A well done film, however, as Squash said it did get a bit monotonous.
Carrara for the animation, Blender for the modeling. My mind for everything else.
My recommendations for first time 3D animators.
It feels as if each person behind the book is somehow linked to the book. Either it's a protagonist, or someone who'd be likely to read that book.
They finally have it up on the County's Pinterest. The competition seems...disappointing, and I don't even qualify.
If Larry can complain about it, so can I:
What's with the 2.5 rating?! I deserve 5-bricks all the way! DIS IZ UNACC3PT@BLE~!~1`! Rabble! Rabble Rabble Rabble! Oink oink!
Nah, it's cool. Cowards do what cowards do.
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