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Claymation, dystopian future, one scientist's descent into the mutated underground.

- Sun, 02 Nov 2014 01:30:09 EST 8Ztt78Su No.19387
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I watched a short claymation film some time ago and I can't for the life of me remember the name of it, nor can I seem to find it based on what I can remember... It was a dystopian future, humanity had all but died out. A team of scientists/researchers (i guess) sent one human underground, to find what appeared to be a 4 legged creature with a penis, which was important, because natural reproduction was pretty much non-existent. On the way down, his vessel was shot down by renegade cyborg type things. When he crashed, he was found by some more pleasant cyborg types, who recognized him as being an ACTUAL HUMAN BEING (a thing of myth and legend at this point) and called him a "god." They rebuilt him, but he had lost his memory. He goes wandering, sees some of the fucked up shit in the underground world, which is more like underground buildings, theres these vein-ey holes in the wall that if you touch them these crazy worm things comes out. One gets our guy, then spits him out, and in the confusion, he regains his memory, but loses the ability to communicate with the creatures that saved him. He's chasing after this 4-legged penis-having creature (that his rescuers call "rex" or "rover" or some dog name like that) and he can't express to them what his mission and reason for descending into their world was.. I think in the end he dies...
Cornelius Sivingsadge - Sun, 02 Nov 2014 01:31:12 EST 8Ztt78Su No.19388 Reply
I remember the story behind the video itself being that it was one man's recreation of a dream he had, and it took him years to make it.. if anyone knows what I'm talking about, please help me.
Priscilla Cromblewill - Sun, 02 Nov 2014 07:34:59 EST iL0ob0Ea No.19389 Reply
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What kind of style was it?

Was it something amateur like NewGround's Clay World? Something professional but cartoony like Wallace and Gromit or Skullmonkeys(Pic related), something a little rougher but professional like The Eagleman Stag( https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w5K2HUg11sQ ), Nightmare Before Christmas, Caroline, did it go for realistic body proportions or realistic faces somewhat similar to The Adventures of Mark Twain?

Did it have voice acting? What language was it?
How long was it?
Hannah Bissleman - Mon, 03 Nov 2014 02:23:38 EST 8Ztt78Su No.19390 Reply
It was a bit cartoony but still exceptionally well done. The maker put serious effort into it, definitely not rushed. The humans were in special full body suits. When they rebuilt him, he was a more proportionate... mannequin, almost.. and the creatures who showed him around the underground were very short, pudgy, clumsily silly things... there were holes in the walls/floors in some hall ways, with these bloody vein type things coming out of them, and if you touched them this gnarly, toothy worm came out of the hole.. there were also some fleshy, bald, four-legged, rather bitey creatutres that chased him around,, got kinda bloody at some points.. and then there was the one with the penis.. long dangly thing.. and he was rather docile...

The video was I think maybe 10-15 minutes long?... I could be wrong but it definitely couldnt have been much longer than that... maybe 20 minutes tops..

I dont think anyone spoke english, if i remember correctly it was more their own meeping/mumbling language, with english subtitles... and after he regained his memory he was speaking a different language.. i dont recall there being any voice narration..
Archie Clevinggold - Mon, 03 Nov 2014 11:36:38 EST GNQxBKaq No.19392 Reply
I've just finished reading your post and I'll be very surprised if it isn't this >>19391

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