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Wow – whether it’s shot at 24fps or just doubled up in twos (2x of every frame at 12fps) the movement is really smooth and well done (it doesn’t have the ‘jitter’ problem that most non-professional claymation has). And on top of that, it’s a pretty awesome use of the concept too. I like :D
Genius! And beautiful work, too! If the person who made this has any other World of Goo-related work or any other stuff I can see at all, I’d love to! (If you’re reading the comments, please, please show us your other work!)
I love the dark atmosphere. The only problem I had was a bit at the ending where the one goo extended its hand to the other. At first I didn’t know what the hands were or what was going on, or which goo was which, etc. But that was a very slight problem. You get seven trillion cookies as a reward! I’ll ask MOM to send them to you as soon as I can.
Whoa, both The Painters Sign and I are denied! I guess there aren’t any bonus points for trying to think outside the box and tell a story. Dunno about everyone else, but I thought PortlyPig deserved the win. I think she was robbed.
I couldn’t believe that Painter’s Sign didn’t win! I mean, I was a little sad that I didn’t win, but I was even more upset that Painter’s Sign didn’t even place! Portly Pig was robbed. She at least has the bragging rights to the most viewed video in that whole contest. With that kind of talent, something better will probably come along.
I hope Eiffel tower guy enjoys his tickets to E3… Personally, I thought there were more creative (not to mention more INTERESTING.) videos submitted than that one, but hey.
Portly Pig, you KNOW you deserved to win. I’m not saying that the others were bad, but I think yours definitely should have won.
Maybe they wouldn’t let you win because they wanted an actual product (like a guitar or a goo-made Eiffel Tower) rather than a film of a story…? Which is a really silly reason not to win. I loved the backgrounds of the scenes with the authentic cityscapes and purple sky and how well you got the dirty kind of industrial feeling.
But anyway, you definitely wowed 2D Boy, which counts as a lot. :) There must be some strange reason why you didn’t win…
I also think you made excellent use of the song. Most people just kind of added it as a second thought, but I think yours really works with that song. WE LOVE YOUR VIDEO!