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Art design, 3D modeling, animations, visual effects done by me.
As for the sound I mixed the sound effects created by soundsred.
Hope you enjoyed it!
Pretty much all the animations where done using motors. The whole "plane" looking object is being powered by one single motor. That includes its wings as well.
Same goes for the animations of the "faces". The tubes are also moving thanks to the motors.
So there are pretty much no keyframed animations.
About the context:
This video was inspired by the works by Alina Szapocznikow, a Polish sculptor.
The main idea I'm trying to illustrate is that the anger is not controllable.
The two states of anger you may have noticed are the "cold" state before a person bursts out and the "calm" state, after releasing the anger.
Once releasing the anger, the person may harm those around him/her, so the "broken" faces and none-moving objects, in scene two, represent the "damaged" environment, which he/she "destroyed" by his/her anger.
The flying machines illustrate the impulses that affect our emotions. Anger, in this case.
Emotions are usually represented by colors. That's why the faces in different colors. The main face is blue. That's the "person" who's in the cold state, in "emotionless" state, and about to explode.