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Whoa....That was amazing.
I was super-impressed by all the silky-smooth animation, and all on smooth surfaces to boot!
There was a bit of light-flicker, but the rest sure makes up for it.
The new Steve design is creative and simple, and the way you animated him really brought him to life.
(In more than one way)
The dragon was a big surprise, and the ending was intriguing, so the story went quite well.
You did a great job with the sound-mixing, and cinematography was excellent.
Overall, very, very well done!
That was really, really good! The plot was a bit odd, but I enjoyed it none the less. The animation, especially the walking, was buttery-smooth, and the whole scene with the (Ender?) Dragon was brilliantly done. The little sounds really added to the animation as a whole. I really liked the explosion of light and the frantic camera work.
The only thing that I can criticise is some light flicker - even then, it actually added to the mood of the piece.
On the light flicker - that would be a result of my poor set placement next to a window, and the fact that I animated during the day sometimes, also causing the strange bluish light effect occasionally. It may also be due to my camera lens, but generally that's not a huge problem.
Last edited by ForlornCreature (February 19, 2013 (12:44am))
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