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#1 Old 02-05-2015, 04:04 AM
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Unhappy Animations for the rights of animals

hey guys

I've recently felt overwhelming passion about veganism that I decided to try and help people who eat meat (and turn off at the usual gory imagery) to be aware as much as they could about the animal's suffering. The only skills I have to make anything really is graphic design. So I've therefore tried my hand at little animations.

I have gotten mixed responses from them, mostly good actually, on the internet. But people who are my friends in real life or on facebook have shunned me for these. Some have said that farms 'aren't that bad' which makes me angry, others have said that the cute design makes the idea seem trivial.

Dont know what to think or how to help. Some advice would be lovely

http://justalittle*****peas.tumblr.c...from-the-first
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#2 Old 02-05-2015, 06:53 AM
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I've had a look, I can see the front page which is really cool, I think you've done a good job, the message in the animation box is different and very clear. Is there more?

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This is a really cool animation ...I think it gets the message across well without resorting to bloody/ graphic images...Keep up the good work


Why is the suffering and killing of animals wrong? Because the value of a sentient organism's life is priceless. They are their own beings and have their own lives and loves. They have higher emotions and thought processes. Their minds are different from ours in degree, not kind - meaning that fundamentally there are critical similarities.
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#4 Old 02-06-2015, 09:41 AM
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maybe there could be a footnote explaining the literal meaning?
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#5 Old 02-09-2015, 07:22 PM
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no actually i only have 3 animations so far, i'm pretty new to this :P
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This is a really cool animation ...I think it gets the message across well without resorting to bloody/ graphic images...Keep up the good work

Thank you! and that paragraph is beautiful and horrifying at the same time. it is such an injustice
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#7 Old 02-09-2015, 07:29 PM
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maybe there could be a footnote explaining the literal meaning?
thats a good idea, ive started writing more in depth descriptions since the first one. thanks
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