I'm not exactly sure what to call this Monstrosity. Animation? Animatic? Motion Comic? Possum?
Anyway. Here it is. I've experimented with not having character voices in this one, which is an attempt to retain the small amount of effort that the audience invests into the work by reading it, and thus creating a more meaningful connection with the work. Higher-quality version here: [link]
I'm just going to call it *done* for now. I just discovered that I may not be able to work on this stuff between now and the due date, so here it is. Not quite to the level of polish I would like it to be, but at least its something.
I'm not sure if I'll be able to touch up the subtitles/timing issues, but I know they are there and I will do my best to get an updated version of this thing online before the due date.
DA's video quality is sort of shoddy as well. Here's a link to the 1080p version [link]
Credits and relevant information
807's Ref: [link] Rifter's Ref: [link] Voice Actors 807: Rifter: originally , now
Wally Guerrero - - Wally's Theme - [link] Eden Theme - [link] Score made in Garageband
Finally done! I'mma go revive my arm now...byebye...*crawls away*
I intended it to be a tad longer, so I expect there will be a few questions left unanswered. I'll try to upload something new to include the scene I had to cut out, but for now, I'll leave certain things a mystery. ;]
Combination tutorial and tribute to 807, the character who won #Eden-OCT. If you haven't heard of it, or watched any of ~sirdubdub's entries, GO DO IT NOW! It was a fantastic tournament (now over) and worthy of much love and fanart.