Creature Police - Short Film

Creature Police - Short Film

Creature Police is my first short film that I made in Blender. I hope you enjoy it!

Here are screens from the film:

I would really appreciate any comments or questions that you have. Please let me know what you think!


I liked it, but I am not sure I understood the ending, with the other creatures gathered around the police character.

Looks good. But the environment could have been a bit better. But still great.

I like it :slight_smile: Nice particle work. A Background would be the next point on the list, also a bit wider camera angle.

Keep going :slight_smile:

If there was a toy of those dinosaurs, i’d buy it :stuck_out_tongue:

Excellent camera work! The action all flows together really well!

Thanks so much for your comments! I really appreciate it. Does anyone know how I can remove the attached thumbnails that are repeats on my post? Also, is there a way I can change the thumbnail that appears on the Finished Projects forum next to my post?

really excellent! And very cute!!

Really nice animation! :smiley: The only thing that kind of bugs me are the camera movements, they go fast and make me a bit dizzy :S
Just some criticism :slight_smile:

Thank you everyone for the comments! I’m glad to know people think the cartoon is cute. I sought to make a movie that had the momentum of an action or sci fi film and also the cuteness that we can get from a cartoon. One thing that I was wondering about is if people feel positively towards the way that the movie is on a solid color background. I thought this was a nice aesthetic and made the film stand out. Would you please let me know what you think about this? Thanks again!

Hi I liked your film.

About your questions: solid background - seems ok for me (as a style concept), but the reflections are too much for me. Especially in the 1st sequence where the policeofficer drives on her roller. What is reflected in her windshield (the one on the helmet)?

Also the lighted pillars - I think you overdid it there (IMHO)

I can accept the simple/solid color concept, but still some more objects in the background (simple/solid, non emitting) would provide some hint about the scale of the scene. I believe this is missing and you probably will irritate your viewers with solid /non structured backgrounds (I could definitely be wrong here).

Tomduril, thanks for the critique! What do you mean I overdid it with the light pillars?

I like the simple background. It makes the cartoon stand out. It also helps the characters pop out of the screen.