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Animation: Sheepfo

Posted: 14 Nov 2014 23:52
by Derpybunneh
Weird animation I created:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z1sKy-amAQk&index=1&list=PLMVVcJMa2IMhTCkOkpKXZ6owk-1nLGsgj

Re: Animation: Sheepfo

Posted: 15 Nov 2014 00:45
by nesgirl
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Re: Animation: Sheepfo

Posted: 15 Nov 2014 01:14
by Derpybunneh
nesgirl wrote:I just love Multimedia Design! I am glad you are getting into it like I am getting into it. Even as a beginner, you are getting the idea.
You should really take classes in the field, it is really an amazing area to get into. And like Lucid Dreaming, you can actually create and design your own realities to be in.

First story was pretty interesting for a first time animation
Second story was interesting for a G rated animation, those curious little donuts.
Third story, LOL on the character killing the other character.
Fourth Story to me actually shows mood swings. Quite clever to show the forced crazed smile and then the depressed face for the moods.


Thank you! I like Multimedia Design too. I have an idea for another weird animation. Yep. Multimedia Design is a whole new reality.

Re: Animation: Sheepfo

Posted: 15 Nov 2014 02:34
by nesgirl
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Re: Animation: Sheepfo

Posted: 15 Nov 2014 03:18
by Derpybunneh
nesgirl wrote:Hey did you create that cool looking avatar BTW? I like it. Reminds me of the Bunnicula series.

I didn't create it.

Re: Animation: Sheepfo

Posted: 15 Nov 2014 21:01
by Derpybunneh
nesgirl wrote:Hey did you create that cool looking avatar BTW? I like it. Reminds me of the Bunnicula series.


Hey, I'm wondering, do you have a website or something that has your multimedia work? I am interested in seeing some of your stuff.

Re: Animation: Sheepfo

Posted: 16 Nov 2014 02:11
by nesgirl
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Re: Animation: Sheepfo

Posted: 16 Nov 2014 10:21
by HAGART
Derbybunneh is a genius. I'm still reeling with emotion after that poignant story. Some would think it was lazy to rotate the sheep vertical instead of moving it's neck to eat the grass, but I think it was done for artistic purposes. Then the plot thickens and a UFO appears which makes the audience sit at the edge of their seats. And the climax.... I am speechless. And the sound quality was as innovative as Star Wars.

I smell an Oscar! Wait, no, that's just my roommate, Oscar. He farted...
Maybe you can settle for a meager Golden Globe.

I want to know what program you used so I can whip up a masterpiece of my own! It would be fun and I'll share it with you guys! (I hope my sarcasm wasn't offensive, I really did enjoy it and it made me chuckle!) When you see mine, you'll all get a kick out of it too! ;)


I watched a few others and "Troll Face Weirdness" is hilarious. I'm not being sarcastic this time. I love off-the-wall sketches, and that one really made me laugh out loud for real! Comedy is fast and simple and if it makes you go, "whaaaa?" it's even better! :lol:

Re: Animation: Sheepfo

Posted: 16 Nov 2014 18:14
by deschainXIX
I found particularly riveting the subtle and effortless blending of sheep vitality and romanticist introspection with the bleak meaninglessness of the world as portrayed by the entirely black-and-white color scheme. I felt myself rather viciously urged by the writer to consider the endless, white wasteland in which there exists only one strand of grass, and what it means for me.
:lol:

Yeah, it would be interesting to see some of nesgirl's work. (:

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Re: Animation: Sheepfo

Posted: 16 Nov 2014 23:51
by nesgirl
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