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February 16, 2012
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TheodenN Featured By Owner Mar 5, 2012   Digital Artist
@01:40Thanks man.
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A short 3D animated surreal film by CŁneyt Yetişenler (me).
All visuals, sounds, music, post effects and editing belongs to me.

This is my first 3D animated short film.

Comments & critics are always welcome.



---Interpretation Of The Film---

The void that is in the film is a different reality than our own. A different plane.

The old stone floor is the evidence of some former structure existed there but from time to time it's being ruined by some unknown force or anomaly of this other plane.

The energy sphere symbolizes the nature and time.

Each candle represents that the time is ticking and the ultimate end is coming. Nothing lasts forever as is in our own reality.

As time passes everything returns to the void, every thing that was taken from nature cycles back to dust.
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Soul-Daemon Featured By Owner Sep 20, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
really nice, kinda reminded me of the atmosphere in the original spacehulk computer game intro
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TheodenN Featured By Owner Sep 21, 2014   Digital Artist
Thanks!
I love space hulk so it might have an influence on me :) And I was trying to get a visual style that you can see in old-school game intros from 90s. Like Hexen, Heretic, Diablo intros.
By the way, I made a 3D space marine model if you like WH40K check it out: theodenn.deviantart.com/art/Ad…
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Soul-Daemon Featured By Owner Sep 21, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
very cool
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AshDarkside Featured By Owner Jan 31, 2013  Professional General Artist
For your first time, this is a very good level of work! The quality level is very nice and the use of sound is amazing.

What I type next is my own personal opinion and it may not be entirely accurate.
You may want to create more variety in the texture of the stones, you can use a real picture of stones and then process them into texture (many professionals do that).

For the directing, timing and camera angles, you'll get better with experience (you could also study the work of professionals to get a better feel for that aspect of animation making); there isn't anything that I can point out as wrong, but it can be better.

As for the interpretation of the work, I have to say that it is not how I saw it, but that could be a mater of perspective. Studying the use symbols in art can help you express your messages better.

Still, a very good work and I really liked it! Keep it up and I look forward to your next one.
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TheodenN Featured By Owner Jan 31, 2013   Digital Artist
Thanks a lot for the comments and criticism :)

Actually I don't really see this work as an artistic piece but more like a practice to get used to film production technicalities.

Everyone have their own interpretation and I believe that is a good thing for a film :)
I would very like to hear what your interpretation is :)

Thanks for watching man! Cheers :)
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AshDarkside Featured By Owner Feb 1, 2013  Professional General Artist
The stone ground seemed like something that was there and there to stay. The candles lighting up signaling the start of an event. The force sphere, pulsing as it did, represented a sentient force. The pulling of the stones off the ground represented taking old things to build something new. And when the sphere suddenly expanded blowing away the stones and blowing off the candles represented an unexpected end (with failure if I may add).
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SABELLA964 Featured By Owner Nov 23, 2012  Student Artist
wow!!!como !!!wow!!!!!!!!!!!!
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TheodenN Featured By Owner Nov 23, 2012   Digital Artist
Thanks for checking out Sara :)
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SABELLA964 Featured By Owner Nov 23, 2012  Student Artist
no hay de que your welcome!!
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Archangelical Featured By Owner May 14, 2012
hmmm... so that's where tetris blocks come from. Great.
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