Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
|Anime - Concept to Reality|
Genres: Documentary, Anime & Manga, Animation
Concept to reality combines two animated features with a comprehensive how-to section for consumers interested in creating their own anime. Anime: Concept to Reality introduces the exciting world of do-it-yourself comput... more »
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Anyone can be a critic - I say, "TERRENCE ROCKS!"
Cathleen M. Ralph | Redwood City, CA United States | 03/12/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)
"As the owner, operator of a one-woman studio, I had the pleasure of seeing Terrence's work last year when I ordered both shorts from his website. I am deeply interested in what other small studios are doing and capable of doing. No, Terrence's work doesn't look or sound like Disney, Pixar, or Miyazaki, but was it supposed to? His work is outstanding, inspiring, and a real technical breakthrough BECAUSE HE IS ONE PERSON DOING WHAT THE CORPORATE STUDIO'S TAKE 500 TO 1,000 PEOPLE TO DO. Jeffrey Lew's "Killer Bean" didn't look or sound like 'Shrek' or 'Monsters Inc.' either. But the work of both these men breaks new ground and I, for one, am thankful. I salute Mr. Walker and StudioArtFX on bringing originality, courage, and persistence to the task of one-person/one computer animation production. I am pleased and proud to be amoung such talented people.
Owner, Digital Backlot Studio"
Anime in the U.S.A.
J. Alford | Atlanta, GA. United States | 02/13/2004
(3 out of 5 stars)
"Terrence Walker, creator of the Tokyo Pop comic World Of Hartz, originally started out doing his own independent anime-styled animation. This collects his short feature, Understanding Chaos, which is like Armitage III meets Total Recal, and the first episode of his series, Shadowskin, about a fugitive in a cybersuit who is on the run from an evil orginization. The DVD also tells a little about how he creates each feature. The animation is a little basic compared to even some other indpendent CGI animation, but still available at an affordable price."
WORST DVD EVER
nippon_87 | SOMEWHERE | 02/28/2004
(1 out of 5 stars)
"This is the worst thing I've ever seen.Even worse than Robotech!
The "anime episodes" are poorly voice acted and have an even worse storyline!I am ashamed to say I even bought this piece of junk.Then the "concept" was just some guy blabbing on,and on, and on.No helpful information just a waste of time and money."