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Old 11-24-2016, 06:09 AM   #1
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FROSTBITE - 3D Animated Short [4:45]

Frostbite is a science fiction animated short about a scavenger looking for valuables in a crashed freight spaceship and discovering the frightening truth of the transporting goods.

This animated short was a 2nd year project created at the University of the Arts Utrecht (HKU). The entire project took five months to create.

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I think the middle was a bit slow, my mind started wandering, but by the end it just grabbed my attention with the chase scene. Strange choice of music at the end. Great finish.

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Real cool. Nice to see realistic characters for a change.
Fine work!
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Nicely done. The facial details remind me of Damian Nenow's Paths of Hate.


At 3:06 there's a odd cut to black. In a few instances in the film you cut after what could have been an action sequence. That's fine. Choreographed action is hard to do in 3-D, or even in hand drawn animation, but the more you do it the more you come across as cheating the audience from what they expect to see.

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was a teeny bit slow at 1st then was awesome
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I have a question. When you do motion blur for a really fast movement, do you make the blur frame at 50% opacity? Also, do you make the blur frame for before or after the key frame or both?
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Old 11-09-2017, 10:18 AM   #7
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That was really cool and detailed, what kind of a program did you use?
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animation, monster, scavenger, science fiction, spaceship

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