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Tuesday, May 26, 2009

In the beginning, there were, well, shapes.

This is a clip of the introduction without text. It has sound! For this, I've utilized a portion of a Kid Koala song. For those of you unfamiliar with him, he is a Montreal, QC - based DJ. I became familiar with this song, believing that it was called "Drunk Trumpet," as this was the title given to it on my internet playlist; however, I've since learned that it is not that particular song. I've searched around to find its exact title, but cannot. Oh well.


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7 comments:

  1. i like the abstract concept....I like the grungy kind of style you added to everything!

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  2. I liked it a lot, especially after having had these few smoking discussions with you the last couple days. Helped me understand it better. It was cool in that it was relatively abstract, but not pretentious at all, as those kinds of projects often are. But yeah, it was enjoyable. The only suggestion I have is to trim down the hold on the dollar bill at the end. Other than that, absolutely great.

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  3. really cool animation...love that you strayed from a narrative story. Cool abstraction.

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  4. I really enjoyed the opening before the title. The whole animation was different and I really liked it. I always wondered what you were going to do with that hand I saw every time I looked at your screen. Anyway, I loved it and the paper fire.

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  5. It's so different from everyone else's, but it's really successful. The slow transition into the clock works really well; it's my favorite part!

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  6. I really appreciate the fact that you went on ahead and decided to go for a more experimental approach, its fantastic. Good Job! :)

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  7. The narration was great. Very stylish!

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