Something Left, Something Taken.

21 Sep

An animated dark comedy about a vacationing couple's encounter with a man they believe to be the Zodiac Killer. Based on a true story.

Something Left, Something Taken has got me thinking that maybe I should start watching CSI again…  or at least catch a few eps here and there when it airs.   I somewhat lost interest in it after Grissom left.  I didn’t the new guy has what it takes to lead the team since he’s just a professor/surgeon at a university;  I was surprised they hired him since I assumed that they would promote someone within the team…

Well anyways, this short animation shows that sometimes, when push comes to shove, it doesn’t hurt to blend your survival skills with whatever forensic knowledge you’ve acquired from watching movies and reading books.

Better safe than sorry, lol.

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Techniques and tools:
After Effects, Stop-Motion, Pixilation, Drawn on Paper, Flash, Live Action puppets

Direction/Animation/Design/Writing:
Max Porter & Ru Kuwahata

Sound Design/ Mix:  Greg Sextro (East West Audio)
Voice recording:  Erin Kilkenny

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Behind the Scenes:

Check out their site for more: http://tinyinventions.com/blog/?p=317

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3 Responses to “Something Left, Something Taken.”

  1. ru 09/21/2010 at 10:23 am #

    Thanks for putting our movie on your blog!
    Will you please link to the official vimeo page?

    http://vimeo.com/11723415
    Youtube one was somebody we don’t know and the quality is not good… thanks!

    • ComatoseBunny 09/21/2010 at 11:16 am #

      No problem! I didn’t put the original Vimeo link because I couldn’t figure out how to embed it; the code provided doesn’t work with WordPress :s
      Thanks for stopping by! You were quick to find this, lol.

      • ru 09/21/2010 at 9:15 pm #

        Thanks for changing it to vimeo!!!
        Whenever somebody links to our blog, it gives me the pingback notification!
        I usually just paste the embed code on wordpress, but you have to do that in HTML not visual. xo

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