Ethisode 11 isn’t nearly as pivotal or fun or experimental as the previous three, but it’s still a decent enough episode. The most interesting part of Ethisode 11 is that I was surprisingly focused on one project: the creation of the animated short “Disfigurement Man: The Fear Wake”. The result is a mixed bag, and before going deeper into the criticism, let’s take a look:
It’s a good thing that I took a close look at how one singular project is put together, and I do feel like the process of “Disfigurement Man” was worth exploring (because, as with any animation, there are thousands of tiny steps along the way). I’m not sure how effective I was in communicating each step, though. This combined with some sound issues make for an episode that could be very interesting but ends up being mostly unintelligible. But, for all I know it ended up reading well and was a useful and intriguing look into the creation of a popular animation. Unfortunately, because I made the project, I already know each step, and so most of this episode is all unnecessary review. But for you, my seven readers? Maybe this was useful, and the sound isn’t even all that bad (especially when compared to Deadisode 8).