Awesome job, more information at Juan Carlos' blog (spanish only) > http://piscisvideo.blogspot.com/
the renders are good but i'm missing the action ^^
Very nice. Pretty good pacing throughout, and impressive graphics. Despite the difference of the animals compared to reality, I really got the sense that these were real beings, with real responses to what was happening. The plot was a bit simplistic. Revenge revealed? Yawn. Besides, revenge is repulsive, not interesting.
Great animation - excellent pacing of the story, there seemed to be a lot in the three minutes without it feeling forced.
That was pretty awesome :D
That is one of the more imaginative pieces of work I've seen in a long while.
Nice work. :)
reminds me of: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Umihara_Kawase
decent animation/production, great concept. Nice work sir.
Nice piece of animation. Great work !
He did a good animation job, avoiding some Pixar-style clichés. But the Avatar-like plot is quite plain.
Fantastic movie, one of the best I have ever seen that are made with Blender.
But it's a bit old news, I've seen it several months ago.
Wow, very creative and original! Well done!!!
The animation is good, but I didn't like the style at all
I was simply blown away from the opening scene. I feel so cheap.
Yes that really stands out. It has a wonderful dreamworld quality. It reminds me of oliver postgates animation. cheers.
It's a great piece of work!! Two thumbs up!! great job......
ITS A TRAP!!!
Great short otherwise.
You did a great job of animating every object.
I love this!! Very surreal. I really like the fact that there is no music. It works for me somehow. Great job!!
Awesome job! But you really need a good psychotherapist. :-)
Muy buen trabajo.. aguante BS.AS.!
I really like the surreal theme. Modeling and animation are convincing a get the - sometimes creepy impressions - well delivered.
Really interesting and imaginative.
Most probably it was intentional, but what i miss a lot in this short, is *music*
Yep, awesome work. Great non-standard visual approach. I like the fact that it's not Disney-fied.
I don't get the "periscope" shot, however. At first you think it's someone on the ship. At the end it obviously isn't.
I wonder how you did the water, I mean specially the crests? Is there some kind of tutorial around?
Thanks a lot!
its beautiful I especially liked that water hand that sank the ship.
Despite the flat and unconvincing materials and lighting, I was very surprised by the psychedelic and lsd-inspired characters. I liked especially the faces, the emphase on the eyes and the strange mix-up of animal and human features
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