Final Rating: 6.04. Finished 20 out of 195 entries.

0 views including the voting period.


Animator: Alejandro Parizia

Description: A little girl tells his uncle about what she'd like to be as an adult, but he doesn't seem to take her seriously.

Experience: About five years

Time taken: Half month


(Commenting only available during the rating period)

Antoine Desnoyers:

Good job mate, It came out great

Zachary Lussier:

Great animation. Good job !


Man the fast swith there was really impressive


Hey, it's a really good start! The lip sync is not too bad. Most of the actions feel pretty floaty though. She looks very weightless when "hopping" out of the chair, and the rest of the animation of both the characters feels very squishy. It's a good foundation though, so with a little more work it could be really great!

Éloise Valiquette:

Your animation is not bad at all, but i think the moment the child gets up from the chair is just a little too slow. Looks like she's really slowing down.

Anthony Abou Rezk:

Nicely done! I love how the little girl doesn't stay in the static when she talks, it looks pretty natural, so good job on that. I also love that quick moment where she goes in front of him to say "you don't believe me?" , it's pretty fun! Other than that, I feel like you put more effort on the little girl's animation than on the man, which is okay, I'm sure with more time this wouldn't be the case. Anyway, you did a good job and I was happy to critique this!

Simon Côté:

so smooth !