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Haha! Win, sir!
That's a win, Hazzat! Love it!
They have to settle an argument and they have a race to the window but the one guy chickens out and the other falls.
I freaking loved it. Awesome work and set design.
Sorry for bumping - I hate it when people bump their own threads just to get more reviews.
This is what I wanted to reply to. I don't know how much it shows, but the main set in this movie (the corridor) actually has a roof on it. This made animation take a little longer (especially the running sequences), but it's not too bad.
By leaving two-stud wide gaps between the plates making up the ceiling, my aim was to create the illusion of strip lights (which I know didn't work). It's an effect I tried once before in a movie I cancelled within a day (after filming two shots) and I'll probably use it again in the future.
Just in case you were wondering!
By leaving two-stud wide gaps between the plates making up the ceiling, my aim was to create the illusion of strip lights (which I know didn't work).
It's soooooooooooooooo hard to get striped lighting. Tried it once, never trying it again.
Well, maybe I will. idk
Nice film btw! Congrats on winning!!
DID I MENTION I'M A JUDGE FOR FESTIVAL OF SOU---Oh this isn't an entry. (Sorry had to make fun of myself )
Anyway, I seriously lol'd at this. The only downfall is my voice acting...Jargon should have done it I bet. But the animation was fantastic and I really liked the set. Well done!
The author is capable of making this short brickfilm something good. Being only around 40 seconds, it got me laughing. Although not much needs to be explained here, I find this something funny to watch with your family and friends, and get them laughing.
I don't feel like saying all the stuff, so I'll just cut to the chase. 4.5/5
Spoiler (click to read)
the fellow who removed his glasses couldn't see when to stop, hence his plummetage.
My bad. I didn't actually read the thing.
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