THAC: Melodramedy

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  • #217398

    Nosniborus
    Participant

    Here’s my entry for the 24 Hour Contest, titled Melodramedy.

    http://www.postbrickfilms1.wpengine.com/nosniboru … dy_web.mov

    -Nos

    #217402

    Tim
    Participant

    Mmm, I smell some real competition!

    That was fantastic, Nos! Quite a creative concept, and as always= excellent animation and cinematography.

    HOWEVAH!

    I think while most of the concept is very nicely done, the “main joke” is one that has been used many times in the past…but good job! I really liked it!

    #217403

    MR.un0
    Participant

    Ha ha ha! 😆

    The ending was priceless Nos. Great job.

    #217407

    studioamoi
    Participant

    a good film, with a very good work for the audio editing.
    I like the atmosphere that you create with white men in the dark. All you did in this part with the voice and the slide editing.
    good job 🙂

    #217408

    MindGame
    Participant

    That was interesting to say the least. Great animation and cinematography.

    [spoiler]Loved the ending! :lol:[/spoiler]

    Awesome work.

    -MindGame

    #217411

    RevMen
    Participant

    Amazing.

    Choice of music, bizarre concept, good joke and of course Nos quality.

    #217412

    Anonymous

    Ha! I really like this one.
    [spoiler]And you get points for Radiohead.[/spoiler]

    #217425

    Dragoon
    Participant

    This is a good example of how creative framing makes interesting a concept that probably would have bored me if anyone else had directed it.

    I had no idea what it meant, and I didn’t understand the joke.

    #217442

    Lechnology
    Participant

    😆 Didn’t see that coming at all.

    #217446

    Anonymous

    Awesome Nos! 😆

    -BFS

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