Final Rating: 4.72. Finished 70 out of 162 entries.

47 views including the voting period.


Animator: Ferit Yucel

Description: My son sleeping like a dog :)

Experience: one year

Time taken: one week


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Per Cardell:

Do him less rubbery and bouncy and you will climb the ratings soon enough. Keep working!

James Van Dam:

I like the effort put into the animation. However, his performance doesn't match the clip though.

Sam Baker:

Wobblin all OVER the place!

Aaron Clement:

Why does he bob about so much? Nice staging and idea.

Caleb Rankin:

I like how your animation is smooth, but the action is a little excessive. I think toning down how much the characters moves would really help the sequence.

Vanessa Gonzalez:

I think it's not bad except he's bouncing throughout the whole animation too much and that is distracting. If you lessen the amount of bounces, or anticipations, and maybe hold his pose a bit longer around frame 100 then I think it would be a stronger animation.

Ryan D Lowe:

There is a TON of anticipation here, and the character looks too rubbery! Tone that down a bit!

Amartya Mukherji:

nice animation but do you think the pace of your animation syncs properly with the audio?
there r too much movements

Richard Clark:

I think you suffer from bounciness...your character constantly bounces with his motion practically the entire time. I've never seen anyone pickup and kids face like that with just two fingers. And that last you do that yourself when talking to someone?

Thomas Edward:

Very bouncy! Too bouncy?

J.K. Riki:

It's got nice movement, but it might be a little overkill as it is. He's SO bouncy that I felt like I was getting a little dizzy trying to follow his eyes and face. Might just need toned down a little bit, but the concept is nicely done! Good job overall. Like the staging too.

Casey Colledge:

His head bobbing and bouncing is very distracting. Take that out or tone it way down and I think this would be a stronger piece.

Arnov Mipun:

too much movement . you overdid it .