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    Icon Animation Cycles

    This is an animation cycle I created when I was in at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago based on a drawing.

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    Hope you like it!!!

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    Well, it does cycle effectively, and it's interesting, in a quirky way.
    The speed really works for you. Everything's going by too fast to be registered the first past through, but that's okay, because this is a cycle and it repeats three times. If it were slowed down so we could fully comprehend each transformation, cycling through it again and again would become monotonous. As it stands, it almost becomes a game; "what can I spot this time through?".

    But I'm a little confused about what your going for.
    Not that I have any problems with abstraction, even for abstraction's sake, but the "who are the masters?" at the start makes me think there's some grand philo-social statement intended that's just whooshing over my head.
    Last edited by Zilant; August 26th, 2008 at 05:38 PM.

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    Agree with Zilant!!

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