Hunter's Productions Presents the first Episode in our hit Animation series Polandball: The Animation.
A Burning Revenge is based on the War of 1812. The war America doesn't like to talk about. America burns York modem day Toronto to the ground. Canada angry with father Britain gets revenge on his older brother by burning Washington to the ground.
Monstroids is a cartoon/comic featuring classic monsters rebuilt to fight the very evil they used to reign over. I developed it with my buddy Kevin Grievoux awhile ago and have since come back to give it a new coat of polish and get the thing published. I'll be recording video and podcast from here on out to document the process.
So, the Story is about, how it is, when you stuck in a trice - life in one moment. .. there was a deeper story about this, but i can't find it, where i wrote it... Basically this is a concept sketch-video for a bigger one. Captured in winter 2010.
BigUps for everybody who participated in this little project!*
Watch this in hi-quality!. I will post a Vimeo link with HD video as well. youtube--> [link]
*People in video are custom made from plastic, so they don't even exist! Fake can's, fake cribs, fake streets. And that "Gorilla guy"... ..yeah, whatever.
My entry for August 11 Second Club competition ([link]). It ended up on the 9th place out of 166 entries, I think.
Amazingly, nobody complained about the clarity of the premise, some people even seemed to be amused by it, so either nobody got the idea, or it is indeed a huge success... ...of , whose suggestions dragged this piece out of the dark abyss of obscurity. Thanks.
[Okay, just in case- this is the original The Secret of NIMH footage except from only about 5 seconds of animation added by me. Since, you know, somebody could think I made the whole thing. Surely.]
I think you should watch the film to appreciate the video and the video's title in its whole glory.
The sound is gone. I couldn't find any decent copy with English dubbing, I found one French version though, and when I was all excited, after rendering I realised there's no sound anyway. Aaand I'm afraid I left a bit too much original footage after the cut. Whatever. That's not the point.
That's not the point. I learned that from Don Bluth.
Boy, was that movie dumb. And yet it made me produce what is perhaps the most elaborate piece of fanart I'm ever going to make. And- that's funny on its own- it's probably the most finished animation I have done in my life. But Timmy is probably my favourite character in this movie- he doesn't say anything and appears in the film for some 10 minutes at best, so he is the last one to blame.
Thank you and
I do not own those characters, and I do not claim any copyright towards the authentic footage which is (c) Don Bluth/Aurora, I only made the small bit of animation which I'm sure Don Bluth and film producers would be glad not to own.
The Secret of NIMH, the characters, original film artwork and footage (c) Don Bluth/Aurora