Final Rating: 6.18. Finished 6 out of 138 entries.

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Animator: Paul Wei

Description: A wife finally starts to see her husband's true colors.

Experience: 6+ years

Time taken: 2.5 weeks


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The hand gestures, facial expressions and lip synch are pretty darn good, the eyes are a bit odd in places and the man seems to be monologuing rather than addressing the woman.

Eric Raffle:

your too literal with your acting choices, try to ease up on that because in real life we don't act out every motion with hand or arm gestures, try recording yourself, other then that it was smooth and it looked nice

Steven GUardado:

your best animation here is the girl. Also, there being no eye contact between both the characters; at least once, implies the male is talking to someone else.

Harishankar Thiyagarajan:

What I like is: The acting both the characters.

What could be changed: lip sync in few places and some poses.

Léo Miche:

Your character is moving too much, I think

Paul Wei:

Oops I forgot to cut a matte for the front coffee table but his foot should be resting on it.

Carolyn Mennecke:

Is the man blind? If so, emphasize that with a bit of delayed reaction, groping for the edge of the seat, etc. But he still should have a general idea of where the woman is. But other than that, great work!

Amartya Mukherji: