#1 06-23-2017 11:23 am

Maria Liljenhjerte
Registered: 06-23-2017
Posts: 2

First animation short. 30 weeks. Mentor Ralph Palmer.

I am a second year Visual Art student. I started to specialize in Animation in September 2016.
Ralph Palmer has been my mentor. This animated short is my first.


Please click the link below to watch it smile
https://www.behance.net/gallery/53966881/Look-Inside
https://scontent.xx.fbcdn.net/v/t31.0-8/19390896_10211191230510855_3058464245688374324_o.jpg?oh=2e5c7976e5b3bf030b2413429b3273ef&oe=59D485AD

I would like to improve it as much as possible. If anyone have any tips on what I need to pay more attention to please let me know. Even tips on how to improve my animation skills are very welcome. ( I just bought 6 books I can read and practice with in my summer holiday.) Thank you smile

Last edited by Maria Liljenhjerte (06-23-2017 4:32 pm)

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#2 06-29-2017 5:54 pm

Mathi
From: Calgary
Registered: 06-13-2017
Posts: 7

Re: First animation short. 30 weeks. Mentor Ralph Palmer.

What a beautiful piece.  This is more artistic then a lot of animations.... my heart was so captivated at :25 cause the dog's eye's and calm stillness just drew me in but then the next wide shot of the window the dog was breathing heavily so it took me out of the story and made me think.. Why is he moving so much now?  That's the only thing I think I would change.  The music matches the rest of the calm subtle feel, very relaxing to watch! Loved it.

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#3 06-29-2017 8:47 pm

Easy619
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Re: First animation short. 30 weeks. Mentor Ralph Palmer.

Really nice short. In the beginning the camera stays still for a really long time while the text is being shown. Maybe have a     really slow zoom to keep the scene fresh.


"Talent you have naturally. Skill is only developed by hours and hours and hours of beating on your craft." - Will Smith

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#4 07-03-2017 10:52 am

Maria Liljenhjerte
Registered: 06-23-2017
Posts: 2

Re: First animation short. 30 weeks. Mentor Ralph Palmer.

Thank you both for your detailed feedback. They're definitely useful tips.

Also, I'm happy you liked my work smile

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