WOW, Nice quality
Thanks for the great share m8
Those were some really ugly animals. But the quality was great like you said.
Wow that's pretty awesome, I liked it a lot, quality as said is pretty great. Amazing that it didn't cost a thing to make and the creators volunteered for such a thing, it must have been hard to do something like this.
That's a great work of art. I love the animation, nice clear crisp pictures. Well worth the 9 minute watch!
When I saw the description in this thread I knew it had to be a project from the Blender Foundation. I have seen Big Buck Bunny before but it was well worth a second watch. The only other short animated film from the Blender Foundation which is also on their Vimeo page has a much darker and mysterious theme. Its nice that this one is very light and humorous as well as easy to understand. I especially like these projects because they often lead to improvements in Blender (the program) which I use. Unfortunately the improvements to the program still can't make me as good as these guys are at animating.
Woooowww, thats a top effort! Really nicely done!
I just have to agree with everyone else. That was really, really well made.
Can't believe that didn't cost anything to make.
It's also awsome that people voluenteer to make such together as a a team. Must have been fun.
Yeh very good, well done indeed.
Wow! Blender is loaded, for free
A lot of hard work and dedication has gone behind that short........awesome quality!
To top it, a software that has so many powerful features, and yet didn't cost a thing.
Long live Blender!
yeah blender is a killer app.. however it's still not entirely professional quality; ie not very compatible with mainstream compositors... or am i mistaken?
OMG! that was so cool! I love animation movies and cute little animals and stuff. I also like drawing and animation and that was awesome! I love the colours and shading...theme was great =]!
W00t go bunny rabbit! LOL!
i rate it 10/10 Awesomeness!
Thanks. This looks cool.
That does look very nice. I was originally in school for multimedia before I switched to networking. I tried to learn a little bit of blender, but I never learned enough to make anything. This video sure is a nice piece of work. Very good.