Imagination was given to man to compensate him for what he is not, and a sense of humor was provided to console him for what he is. - Oscar Wilde
Animation, Art, and Other Shiny Things
Much like The Last Day of War, also by animator Dima Fedotov, automated war machines have been left to carry on their missions with the passing of man.
The animation style feels like it’s straight out of the pages of a Heavy Metal mag. It has a style rather reminiscent of Moebius or Bilal with a gritty, saturated, feel that conveys both bleak horrors and dawning hopes. Beautifully done with a well told story. By Dima Fedotov
It has been twenty years since the last Great War broke out. All people are dead, but automatons continue [to] obediently follow orders. On the computerized base, machines fuel and charge the weapons of [the] last surviving bomber as it prepares to drop bombs on a long dead enemy city.