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Date Added: 13th August 2012
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Stephane on Tue, 14 August 2012 5:28pm
Really nice short! Nice to see talented people using Blender ! Congrats :-)
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Sierra on Mon, 13 August 2012 9:39am
I love it!
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Tank[NL] (Forums) on Mon, 13 August 2012 2:46am
the renders, special effects and inorganics look pretty solid. the animations and organics really let this piece down. there's weird glitching of limbs all over the place. and some of the shots drag on for way too long. there are a few shots where a soldier, let alone some kind of specops super-duper high tech cyberborg would take a split second, but here it drags on for what feels like ages. and that's really too bad. this has the promise of being a really cool short, but a lot of things just let it down :(
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Tank[NL] (Forums) on Mon, 13 August 2012 2:46am
the renders, special effects and inorganics look pretty solid. the animations and organics really let this piece down. there's weird glitching of limbs all over the place. and some of the shots drag on for way too long. there are a few shots where a soldier, let alone some kind of specops super-duper high tech cyberborg would take a split second, but here it drags on for what feels like ages. and that's really too bad. this has the promise of being a really cool short, but a lot of things just let it down :(
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