The Windmill Farmer: animated short by Joaquin Baldwin

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10 Responses to “The Windmill Farmer: animated short by Joaquin Baldwin”

  1. Anonymous says:

    Cute, but I’m afraid it sends the wrong message. Namely that: if you’re really depressed, and stay in bed long enough, all your problems will magically go away.
    Maybe it could have been better if the farmer prayed before retreating to his depression induced hibernation.

  2. WestTexas says:

    My writing is full of windmills (the old kind, not the new kind), so I loved the silhouette. A simple, beautiful structure that gives water: what could be more pleasing?

  3. szielins says:

    So apparently windmills can take root from fragments even in the dead of winter, but then fly apart during windstorms? Anyone feel like explaining to Farmer Quixote there that he’s raising tumbleweeds?

  4. doingsitups says:

    Amazing, a whimsical tale of hope?

    The music is perfect too!

  5. zikman says:

    nice use of trajan

  6. coffeeandtea says:

    I love the video and hope you post more quality animations like this one.

    Not really sure what to make of boremeunchini • #2′s comments.

  7. Anonymous says:

    Its a wonderful video i ever seen. Music also wonderful.

  8. WestTexas says:

    My writing is full of windmills (the old kind, not the new kind), so I loved the silhouette. A simple, beautiful structure that gives water: what could be more pleasing?

  9. timber says:

    Simply wonderful. The music gives it such feeling.

  10. dagfooyo says:

    For they have sown the windmill, and they shall reap the whirlwindmill.

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