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Very nice! Both the animation and lighting were pretty good. I like the voices and sound effects as well. Probably my favorite part was the carrot-for-binoculars bit. Overall I think that was a very good short that made me chuckle. Great job!
Oh wow. This has such a charming, nice quality to it; the sound and humour are brilliantly done and it holds some strange special value to me. I absolutely loved it!
Whenever I add a video to my favourites list on YouTube, I'm very careful about it, I want it to be only really, really good brickfilms which I want to watch several times. This was an instant favourite though.
It's just delightful. The movement is fun and slightly cartoony, and the very straight camera angle fits with everything perfectly.
The bricks used and the silent nature of the film made me thing of classic brickfilms which makes me feel really good inside.
Keep doing whatever it is you are doing, well done.
Just to reiterate, awesome film, man! Really great job.
Oh my god you're not dead.
Lovely, charming animation, I adored how all the characters spoke in murmurs rather than actual dialogue, it really worked for this short and made it all the more charming. Glad to see you making stuff again.
This is such a great little film. It has a lot more soul than most brickfilms, and is very artfully produced. A genuine treasure.
That was beautiful, just absolutely wonderful. You had perfect comedic timing, swell animation, and that lovely look and feel of a classic brickfilm. Very well done, and keep up the marvelous work!
You guys make me feel all warm and bubbly inside. Thank you all for the kind words, I'm glad you enjoyed it.
Short and simple. I love it.
The animation was some of the smoothest I have ever seen and I like how you have them murmur instead of having actual dialogue (makes things less complex)
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