'Memories of the scrapyard still haunt Atlas, so much so he's having trouble focusing on his work, and when summer storms affect The Region, he becomes more flustered than ever. Can he stay on track?'
Well, well, wellington boots. Another fresh episode of Crossed Lines, continuing from where 'Nightmares' left off. A lot has happened in real life since then. I got nominated for an award for a piece of animation I did for a Young Creative award in my local area, I've finished my college course, destined for university and Lost Treasure came out.
More relevantly though, Crossed Lines got a place on the SiF Productions page, which I am still really proud about. Given that I would watch things like the old redubs and model series when I was much younger, now that I'm featured there, it is a great honour, and hopefully Crossed Lines can inspire people to makes stuff as the older stuff did for me.
Initially, I wasn't too happy with how this episode was turning out, which will be covered in the trivia of the next part, but now that it is out and one cohesive whole, I feel a lot better about it.
In essence, I wanted this to be an episode where things went from bad to worse for the railway and specifically Atlas. I did a bit of that with Dev-Khan, but it wasn't really shown as it is here. But I'll leave it at that so you can see how it resolves for yourself.
Oh and by the way, the trailer music was by One Direction TROLOLOLO
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Memories of the scrapyard still haunt Atlas, so much so he's having trouble focusing on his...