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tnyplz
08-01-2005, 09:15 AM
http://www.tonypelaez.com/images/war.jpg
Here is a little short I've done in my spare time.

WAR.wmv (10MB) (http://www.tonypelaez.com/videos/WARweb_2.wmv)

Let me know what you think your c&c is most welcome!

Tony

tnyplz
08-04-2005, 05:03 AM
Here are some stills

http://www.tonypelaez.com/myspace/WAR/images/WAR_02.jpg
http://www.tonypelaez.com/myspace/WAR/images/WAR_03.jpg
http://www.tonypelaez.com/myspace/WAR/images/WAR_04.jpghttp://www.tonypelaez.com/myspace/WAR/images/WAR_05.jpg
http://www.tonypelaez.com/myspace/WAR/images/WAR_06.jpg
http://www.tonypelaez.com/myspace/WAR/images/WAR_07.jpg

jamagica
08-04-2005, 07:16 PM
I don't know why, but this film was boring to me. Maybe it was because there wasn't very much plot to it. Also, why would a proffessor be playing pong in his lab? In this film the point is quite hard to see.

Animation wise, it looks good. Although, how come when you see the reflection of the face in the computer you see it snapping back and cycling the head movement? If you want to cycle it then you'll have to have the last frame of the cycle the same frame of the first frame.

SergeAstahov
08-04-2005, 10:37 PM
I didn't get the pong thing either, which was by the way quite long. You spent almost 20 seconds showing that he plays it though it doesn't require so long to understand that. And when that little creature went away i thought that i would see a war now but hey there was the end, quite unexpectedly. And i'm not sure about the animation as well, the professor's movements are kind of jerky - not smooth, but maybe that was your goal. Well to sum it all up i actually don't quite see the point as well. Well you have the point that one little bastard unplug the computer all the time and that's it. I didn't want to sound harsh but it just what i felt after watching it. Maybe if there was a better end then it would all make sense.

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