Hi all,
I leave the link to the online competition of the Festival "Fancine" where I participate with my short film "THE PUNISHMENT" (Stop Motion)

To view and vote :)
http://externos.uma.es/cultura/fancine/cortos-online-2012/index.php/category/cortometrajes-fantasticos-ficcion/

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Comment by Josh O'Brien on November 10, 2012 at 1:24pm
Wow! A stunning piece of work. Congratulations, it's just beautiful.
I was excited when you first posted the opening sequence a few weeks ago. This just carried on in it's quality.

Beautiful animation, gorgeous aesthetic and very clever design.
Well done to you.
Comment by Hugo on November 11, 2012 at 11:04am

Very good work ! Great set and animation.

Just a little thing that bothers me, the sound seems muffled, full of bass. As if you recorded everything very close of the microphone. How did you do ?


Anyway I liked it, voted !

Comment by nelson fernandes on November 13, 2012 at 10:11am

Thanks for your comments. The sound was deliberately recorded too close to the objects so we have the sensation of being inside the box... Every sound was made from cardboard. I am an animator, I don't have a lot of experience in sound designing. I created just the way it felt right to me. Thank you a lot again. See you

Comment by Aaron Martinez on November 13, 2012 at 10:30am

Beautiful work Nelson.

Comment by MartindeMadrid on November 21, 2012 at 7:30pm

I liked it so much!  The color of the carboard was beautiful, and that you left the original color made it as if it was shot in sepia, like a monochrome, but since it was the color of the materials it had another, different feel.  It is like the ultimate recycled movie!  Congratulations, great work!

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