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WANDER

  by Zive

WANDER

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Zive

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A mother just trying to get back home to her son. In the Arctic.

This was the final for my animation 1 class. Unfortunately stick figures aren't allowed >:(

Music from the movie Interstellar and by Obfusc.
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Okidox

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Im with @Liss . Anyways this was amazing, u had me hooked at the 1st SFX, and had my total and undivided attention all the way thru. This was very good and it shows the power that a good animator and story teller can have on a person. How did u come up with this idea?
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Zive

  Okidox · 1489645150
Thanks a ton @Okidox, really appreciate it! Well...one things for sure is Interstellar the movie had a tremendous impact on me, big influence with this. I dunno I always like the arctic and I had heard one of my friends talking about the intense bond between a mother and her child and I guess with the time constraints a simple / white background settled the snow idea. The visions / flashbacks I've always wanted to try, but yeah maybe from watching movies :P
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I_Cant_Animate_

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this was so heartwarming. cool work dude
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TMCanims

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I love this!
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Hyun

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This is awesome
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Liss

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This was really interesting! Using stick figures would have degraded the quality anyways in my opinion
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Date Submitted: January 23rd, 2017, 10:32 pm
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