Note: It was originally posted on Youtube ([link]) as a gift for a friend before.
Since the original was using a copyrighted music, I commissioned Daniel James (from HybridTwo) a track for this so I can post it here in DA as a film.
In this newer version, I decided to add/improve a few things. They're not so noticeable, but I feel much more contented with them. There are those that are left unedited, but I feel like it's best to leave it that way.
Artist Comment: Thank you everyone for liking it! Especially the viewers in Youtube for giving it a million views; People here in DA for giving my pageviews a boost; (And making fanarts too!) And people in Newground for supporting me to remove stolen posts. Thank you very much!
I also want to thank `InpuUpUaut for approaching and inviting me to post this video here in DA.
And lastly, of course, a friend back then for giving me the inspiration and push to finish my very first complete animation.
Update: (12/18/2009) Thank you again, `InpuUpUaut, for having this animation in DD! And to those who suggested this to be in DD. Thank you all!
Animated film a made few years ago. You could have seen it at international animated film festival in Třeboň - Anifest 2005 in national competition. Looking back, there are lots of begginers mistakes, but it was fun doing it.
This is an animation I created for a Cobra Beer Short Film Competition. My animation was shown on television on ITV4 channel in April 2007. I also got a free crate of beer! The brief was very open, we could create a short film on anything we wanted with a few limitations. I chose to do a stickman animation where it looked like the creator and created are against each other. I chose a comedy, because if you make someone laugh it's always a winner!
Tools used: Sketchbook, Permanent Marker, Digital Camera, Adobe Flash and After Effects.
UPDATE! Thank you so much for the DD and to everyone who has left comments, added me to their deviant watch and faved Sticky Situations!
**This edition of Pandora's Book for DA's Film Gallery**
I got the wonderful opportunity to work alongside Michelle Toh from USC on an original score for Pandora's book over the winter. I couldn't be more pleased with our collaberation; the end result is a completely original film that is now ready for film festivals!
I animated this short over the course of 8 weeks last spring using Macromedia Flash 8. Guh. . . that was back in 7th quarter! Good times.
Team: L Whyte, Mairi Steel (~maz-s), Shaun Gordon, Arthur Crook, Karn David, Mandy Tait, Dawn Campbell, Craig Whyte, Mark Haldane (~scarsick), Grant Crawford, Mike Dziennik (~Mikedz), Amy Scott-Murray (~hiddentapir), Kevin Adams (~kevadams), Luke Mill (~lukeator)