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Rabbit advice

by David BESNIER, April Competition Winner!

Final Rating: 7.49. Finished 1 out of 211 entries.

19,791 views including the voting period.

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Animator: David BESNIER

Description: Rabbit with a deep voice.deep feelings.
Animation made with Flash

Experience: 7 years

Time taken: 10 hours

Comments:

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philipp seis:

very nice. You actually tell 2 stories at the same time. Love live and death of a carrot. The design works amazingly well. Is it 3d ?

Aaron Rivera:

This is fantastic! I love the humorous story you managed to tell with this. The style is excellent and the character movement and expression is fluid and sharp. The short cut to the carrot is priceless, especially with the addition of the innocent blink and curious nod. The one minor gripe I have is with the bunny's eyes, which seem too focused to look contemplative, like he spotted a fly on the table and it started moving around. Holding the gaze might've remedied this. But that's the smallest nitpick I could find and this one is certainly in the running this month. I'd be surprised if it didn't make the top 11.

Philippe Duvin:

awesome stuff ! love the animation and idea !

Greg Stovell:

Loved the character. The grumpy mood contrast with a cute bunny is perfect. I especially like the silence after "good mood, bad mood". Great entry!

Al:

Haha, love the expressions on both characters. Great job!

Matt Mck:

Nice dialogue to go with audio and good lip sync

Jason Chan:

Love the tapping of the knife before he goes into, "That's the kinda.."

Mahesh Waran:

wow! that sir is awesome !!

Sophie Bracmard:

Cute character and great animation.

Andre Green:

Love it!

Brian Heath:

fantastic idea! I love the carrots face and the juice wiggle added a ton to this. The knife jiggle at 289 - 300 was a little weird, not sure what was going on there, but this is one of my favorite pieces so far.

Arpi Harutyunyan:

Great Idea !!!

Waddy Devas Wiggle:

nice animation,i love it

Elmira Solo:

love the idea :)

Zeeshan Karimi:

Good work!
I'd leave the plate, knife & fork on table in the first shot as well. But overall enjoyed it! ^_^