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  1. Muito bem! Está maravilhoso!

    I like this video very much, the animations are wonderful
    and the colors are awesome! This have one very unique look!
    Great work!

  2. Juan Del Monte, other than, sometimes the gravity isn't accounted for in (char-)animation, perfect! The style is a 10!

  3. Giovanni Lanfiuti Baldi on

    Great! Amazing animation, beautiful views and realistic scenes... I only don't like the movements of the camera. Congrats Juan!

  4. Wow, the quality of Blender output here on BN just seems to keep going up and up! I'm curious how the feathers were done on the birds? And is the foxes fur was using fur particles? The scenery was all done very nicely too.

  5. Mostrale el estatuto!! mostrale el estatuto!! XD... Pero que excelente realización, perfectamente logrado, felicitaciones!! estupendo cortometraje y me encanto el ambiente campesino.

    (But what a wonderfull realization, perfectly made, congratz!! great short and i love the country mood.)


  6. lol esta super. la animation y los personages son realmentes bien echas, bravo.
    los movemientos de la camara le da mucha vida a las escenas qui ya estan bien vivas por las cabritas o otros bichitos (no se si se dice en espanol).

    lol superbe réalisation et les animations de personnages sont franchement bien faites, bravo.
    Les mouvements de camera donnent beaucoup de vie aux scènes qui sont déja bien vivantes de moutons (chèvres) , et autres bêbêtes .

    ++ y bravo

  7. Congratulations for finishing this little gem!
    However, I find the "handheld camera" quite distracting. Typical dolly, crane, panning, etc would have been better in my opinion.
    The fur material could look better with some tweaking, like a little alpha on the tips.
    It could have looked impressive with some cinematographic planning of the shots. I realize more and more each day the importance of cinematographic and photographic tecniques on 3d animations and stills,
    A little vigneting, a bit of color correction, subtle DOF and good framing and camera movement and placing are very important elements that should not be overlooked (not for all styles of course)

  8. just... WOW!
    the moment the fox hides behind the cactus was amazing and since then, i just couldn' wait to see her make some other human move. writing, dancing... great!

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