Electropolis from Kevin McCullough on Vimeo.

This lovely animation is the work from 13 students in the 3rd year of the BAA Animation program at Sheridan College in Oakville, Ontario, Canada. Impressive don’t you think ? Well done to them 🙂



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  1. January 25, 2010

    nice job very creative i loved it

  2. January 25, 2010

    this is awesome.
    i was going to apply to sheridan!

  3. Dan #
    January 25, 2010

    To be honest, it was too obvious. When a saw this little green man standing in front of the round window I immediately saw what he was even before the window opened. Seeing him in the beginning dancing and looking at his sad face when he stood in the window posing as a walking man, I figured out how it would end. He would be a rebel dancing instead of posing and along the tired boring people in the busy city. Yaawn.

  4. admin #
    January 25, 2010

    Dan you are bit harsh …its student work !!Not everything has to be perfect !

  5. joe #
    January 26, 2010

    who f*cking cares if it was obvious to you?! the film was about remembering to have fun in a world that refuses to give any value to things that aren’t strictly utilitarian. lighten up and quit worrying so much about originality. five years of art history classes taught me that originality is an illusion. quit f*cking worrying about it and maybe you’ll actually be able to enjoy things in this life. people like you piss me off so bad. like everything you’ve ever done has been unique in every way…? i promise, it hasn’t.

    hey everyone, don’t be like that dan. dan doesn’t dance because dancing would be the obvious thing to do.

  6. January 26, 2010

    Very Cool

  7. January 28, 2010

    Music was bad.

    Animation was subpar.

    Like Dan said, the story was uninspired and obvious.

    And as for you Joe, you’re jumping to conclusions. I like dancing, I dislike wage-slave corporatism, I like having fun.. That doesn’t change the fact that this isn’t that good.

  8. January 28, 2010

    Actually Bobski, and Dan, although it may have been obvious, you don’t actually see this story told very often. So, it WAS somewhat creative. And, you don’t have to be a fuckin’ douchebag. The music was, okay, and the animation was, okay, but nothing about this was bad. When you make something that’s far better and far more creative, then you can talk. Otherwise, shut the hell up cause nobody wants to hear it, especially if you don’t even have anything constructive to say about it that could help improve the next project.

  9. January 31, 2010

    Bobanski and Dan : loosen up. I doubt if you or I can come up with anything better. It’s pretty cool

  10. January 31, 2010

    I think everyone has their own opinion of what’s good and what’s not.

    *cough*cough* And you don’t need to run to your keyboards with “DEAR INTERNETS!!!!1111!!11!11!11!1!1!!!” everytime you find something subpar.

  11. kim #
    February 6, 2010

    that was great! fairly creative, i liked it 😀 great work students!

  12. February 13, 2010

    Aw, that’s cute.
    And I didn’t expect the end, only because I thought it was too cheesy.
    But cheesy is good. That’s what’s familiar, what’s comfortable. And it’s cute.

  13. March 1, 2010

    aww i think the lil guy is so cute i liked it! great job

  14. Emily #
    February 4, 2011

    Aww I thought this was adorable and creative! I know from experience how long animations take to create, so this was absolutely wonderful. =) I wondered what happened to all the crossing signs with the little men, and why they all turned to words :p
    This is vary cute, I very much enjoyed it.

  15. Jen #
    July 27, 2011

    Cute and obvious. I wouldn’t go far as to say it was bad, but I think there wasn’t anything unexpected, so its simply mediocre.

  16. Vince #
    May 2, 2012

    Very Nice

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