Final Rating: 2.73. Finished 150 out of 162 entries.

46 views including the voting period.


Animator: Saeho Oh

Description: I animated this using pencil and paper. I have done the timing in adobe premiere pro.

Experience: 2nd year animation student

Time taken: One night


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Chrissy Schneider:

Lip sinc needs improving

Saeho Oh:

Very good.

Ryan D Lowe:

Hi there.
When I was first starting out, no one ever
took the time to say anything on my shots.

I can't give you constructive feedback here,
as your work seems to lack an overall
understanding of the principles of animation.

However, I emplore you to seek out these
books, and began your studies.

"Character Animation Crash Course"-Eric Goldberg
"Acting for Animators"- Revised Edition
"How to Cheat in Maya 2012/2014"-Lutha Roy

There are many more, but these will get you
started. Best of luck on your journey!

Aaron Clement:

Not bad. Love the facial expressions on this... nice and subtle, too. Timing felt off in places. Respect for doing this in 2D.


it is hard to do hand drawn animation, isn't it ?
I appreciate your effort

Roger Crown:

Please make a model sheet for one or all of your characters from now on ....reason...your head volume changes from aprox. frame
63 and then again at frame 135, his hair grows again.

Try doodling with 25pgs each and every day.
Doodle with the pencil as though it were an ice skater, circle around and around and overlap on this same page.

This is straight ahead path of drawing.

Strongly suggest that you put 10 file folder on the floor and label them 1 thru 30, this way you know you're going to draw just 30pgs per day......or put 30 file folders out and draw only 10 pgs per day.
Plan out the vocal by perhaps two words at a time with this method.

Your style is very close to my own.
Just try to stay loose and have fun drawing in a looser fashion.

Hope these tips help you as they do me.

Amartya Mukherji:

Needs a lot of improvement