Cycles: Invasion of the Teddy Bears

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Here's a truly peculiar video for you to watch featuring infinite teddy bears invading a beach. Music and animations by Cyriak, who has quite a following, apparently.

No teddy bears were harmed in the making of this video (not sure about the pigeon's health, though). The software used was adobe after effects.

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Ah- no surprise that was a b3tan (

things have moved on since it was all kittens and badly drawn phalluses

Is anybody else reminded of Monty Python animations? I thought this was hilarious.