Dead Things: The Bridge Between Life and Death


You live. And then you die. It’s as simple as that. Well…not really.

Col. B. Buster and friends travel through a fantastical forest while frenzied dark denizens moan and groan. The group soon grow tired and set-up camp beside a man-eating tree. Between yawns and snores—the tides of dream carry them to a place no mortal belongs: the bridge between life and death.

Published by FlyTrapMan

I have no idea what I'm doing.

22 thoughts on “Dead Things: The Bridge Between Life and Death

  1. Symbolism abound everywhere . . . death = scythe, dead horse, Marvin’s presence; Mr. Grumble = the soldiers’ hunger personified; owl with bat wings = environmental pollution-based mutation . . . Another great video!

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  2. Brilliant: the croaking bull frogs and singing, shouting birds, the one-eyed owl and YES, yes, Marvin has made a mysterious appearance, oh yes…your mind, your imagination:..wondrously weird. Brilliant.

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    1. I don’t know what scares me the most…the bullfrogs…or the one-eyed owl…Haha.

      Marvin’s scene was brief, but at least you got to see what he looked like before his face melted. Poor Marvin.

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  3. Thank you for sharing my haiku. Your versatility, in the creative field, is mind blowing. The setting looks so real; a far cry from the cardboard walls in the early Dead Things episode. 😊 Did you take the crew outside to film or was the set totally recreated by you?

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    1. I typically begin with a cardboard stage, and then create the world. Moss, leaves, dirt, and grass…and then I add the unnatural stuff (plastic trees, props, tombstones, carriages…).

      After I’m done with the stage, I dismantle the entire scene, and then create another one. Can you recall the model scenes in the movie Beetlejuice? It’s kind of like that, but on a much smaller scale.

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      1. Yes, I remember the Beetlejuice scenes. 🙂 One day, perhaps, you can do a video of how you create your model scenes — this would be helpful for the ones just starting to shoot film. I know you feel you’re still a novice, but you’ve grown so much in just a couple of months or so. Your films keep improving each time.

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