2d Animation Short : Poules Quiès, Kaï Lydecken (Animation)

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  11 November 2004
2d Animation Short : Poules Quiès, Kaï Lydecken (Animation)



Title: 2d Animation Short : Poules Quiès
Name: Kaï Lydecken
Country: France
Software: combustion

(I recommend you to right click/save as)

High quality - 768px*432px - sorenson 3 - 38,4MB :
mirroir 1 - mirroir 2 - mirroir 3 - mirroir 4

Medium quality - 512px*288px - sorenson3 - 19MB :
mirroir 1 - mirroir 2 - mirroir 3 - mirroir 4

Poules Quiès is a project I made at LISAA (Paris). It takes me 4 month to complete this 1mn44sec long movie. Almost 2600 frames drawn nearly one by one entirely with the vector paint tool of Combustion from Discreet.

The staff :

* Direction - Animation : Kaï Lydecken
* Sound : Jean Baptiste Saint Pol
* Farmer voice (and song) : Esteban

Comments and critics are welcome.
(A job in the animation field would be really welcome too ;) )
 
  11 November 2004
wow that looks great! nice style and very good animation. *****
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  11 November 2004
great work ... liked it a lot.

the story is a bigh laugh, and technicaly it is really appealing ... hope you make frontpage
 
  11 November 2004
Cool Awsome

Wow, that was just beautiful! I can't believe you did that with combustion. Triple-A!

Fantastic

~Zach
 
  11 November 2004
Good job just thought i d mention that its in the wrong forum. MAybe a mod would kindly move it to the 2d forum. Anyway great work.
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  11 November 2004
maybe a mod would kindly move it to frontpage
 
  11 November 2004
Thank you very much

For them who likes the look of "Poules Quiès" : you can find some cg paints I did with almost the same style (with combustion too) on my website

BESTrin : For me this was the right forum because it's an animation (finished work 3d and animation). The other one is "2d, illustration, concept art" not animation. But If a moderator think it's bettter in the 2d section it's ok.

edit : wow so many faults, never write something when you just woke up.
 
  11 November 2004
ahah! thats some funny animation loved it!

very good job
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  11 November 2004
hahaaaa! that's so funny and well done. I loved the style and the fresh story!


EDIT:
*COUGH* FRONT PAGE! *COUGH*
 
  11 November 2004
Wow, very good
What i especially liked was the first scene we see the farmer. The timing there is great
 
  11 November 2004
Ti-Ki

hauhauauahuahuahuahhahuahaahhuaa
verY GOOoood! ==> in portuguese = Muito BOM!

hauhauahuhauahuhauha

Ricmage.
 
  11 November 2004
Thank you all ! =D

yodimus : It's fun to see which part everyone prefers. I have noticed than many animators prefers to same part as you for exemple.
 
  11 November 2004
Dude this rocks! Love the style and the quirks of the animation, and to do it all with combustion is stunning! I'd have torn my hair out long ago


Another vote for front page here and a big 5 stars for you!

btw my favourite bit was after the credits at the end
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  11 November 2004
I allready said you in french i love it !
 
  11 November 2004
The animation and timing were spotless. An amazing accomplishment, no matter what tools you used.
I noticed the farmer character's design kind of changed in the middle of the story. I suppose it had to... in order to show some more facial expression. Still, a little wierd. I thought he was cooler and more stylish as nothing but a silhouette.

In conclusion, Wow. An inspiration: I want to do 2d again!
love,hen
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