A short while ago I finished my latest animated short film. It's very different from anything else i've done so far and from my style in general, but i'd more than glad to hear some feedback about it. I'm moving to the US this year for an MFA in animation at MCAD and later I want to start working in the american industry. So hearing opinions will be of great help for me in my future projects (especially my MFA thesis project).
some info about the film :
Usually I work solo when I create new indie films, but this one was a joint venture between my friend and I and it's the first time I work on live action directing (except for my BFA training). So we came up with an idea, formed up a small crew and brought our vision to life.
This film is a tribute to our long lasting videogame obsession. It's a mixture of animation (2D pixilation) and Live action. It was a pretty experimental technique for us, visually. And it look different from any of my other works- but we're pleased with the overall outcome.
So without further introductions..check it out and if you like it...spread the word! and I'm hoping to hear you opinions, both the likes and dislikes.
omg this is hilarious, expecially the Staljin part xD
The Stalin part was there due to heavy influence from our russian colleagues in the office. We had quite a few russian flash artists around and Soviet jokes were tossed around a lot. Aside from that, we figured since this is a normal "work day", the big boss of the workforce should be someone who truely symbolizes the hardships of labor.
And seriously now, who can be better suited for the job?
Just to illustrate how far we went with the soviet craze- here's how we pimped our cubicle in the office (see attached image- me on the left, Nir on the right):