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Blazer
08-04-2009, 09:43 PM
Just completed a new short!

http://www.makevisual.com/lulu/gallery_still_1.jpg (http://www.liquorflicker.com/watch_large.php)

Juiced and Jazzed that was recently created by Justin Weber, a talented young director and the crew at MAKE (http://www.makevisual.com). The short revolves around a young woman named Lulu in prohibition era 1920s, who stumbles upon a flask. Lulu's night on the town is then cut short when the long arm of the law intervenes and her fate becomes bleak. The swinging jazz of Joe Venuti and the wild music of Spike Jones accompany the visuals, inspired by early 20th century animation.

http://www.makevisual.com/lulu/gallery_still_2.jpg (http://www.liquorflicker.com/watch_large.php)

http://www.makevisual.com/lulu/gallery_still_4.jpg (http://www.liquorflicker.com/watch_large.php)

http://www.makevisual.com/lulu/gallery_still_6.jpg (http://www.liquorflicker.com/watch_large.php)

Juiced and Jazzed direct link: http://www.liquorflicker.com/watch_large.php

Juiced and Jazzed official website: http://www.liquorflicker.com/

MAKE website: www.makevisual.com (http://www.makevisual.com/)

Hope you enjoy it as much as we enjoyed making it!

cgroovesamar
08-05-2009, 07:19 AM
very funny.. n effective

jlega
08-05-2009, 02:14 PM
Danny,
Nice Animation, really fluid movements. Hows everything at MAKE?

Blazer
08-05-2009, 02:36 PM
Hey Jorge, Things are well here. Releasing new shorts is always fun. Thanks for the compliment. Justin did most of the animation with Andrew, Aaron and Joe helping out and doing clean up!

melmann
08-05-2009, 03:36 PM
very entertaining ! Love the exaggeration in the animation

oneoung
08-06-2009, 02:36 AM
great work..It really look like 60 century animation...
Style..color...music Good JOB!!!

ivanisavich
08-06-2009, 02:46 AM
Incredible work guys. I've watched this one over and over and keep noticing new little details in the animation! :bowdown:

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