Final Rating: 5.42. Finished 20 out of 138 entries.

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Animator: Onur Ekim

Description: blabla

Experience: 1 year

Time taken: 3 days for animate and 1 for render.


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Chong Sin Kian:

I think u have too many action. Less is more. I like ur. expressions though.

Eric Raffle:

its a bit too extreme the acting didn't suit the audio, your motions were smooth but there is no anticipation there is no follow through, some parts are way too fast and over exaggerated

Steven GUardado:

150-190f, that gesture needs to be replaced with another. I would also recommend holding the 200f pose all the way through to 235f. everything else is fine. good work!

Harishankar Thiyagarajan:

Animation is good, I love it. The head motion from 160 to 190 little too much. And the pencil flipping in the air is also a little too much. TBH, the more i watch the more I like, but the first time i felt like too much action. Overall one of my favorite.

Penny S:

This is good but his movement is a bit over done maybe? Like too much movement unnecessarily? Well executed though. really nice

Gayle Yeier:

This is very cute! I love the style, however I feel like the character might be a little over exaggerated when saying 'I cannot continue to support...'. With that said, your characters reactions to each other and overall animation was solid.

Léo Miche:

Hey! The moves are well executed. But I think that your character moves too much. Maybe you could film yourself saying the dialogue. Try to feel the text and it's meaning, to put yourself in the character. Maybe it will not be the same result.

Rene Flores:

moves a little much for me around the 160 frame

Evelyn Hernandez:

I love the bounciness in your animation, although I think there are a few moments you could have toned it down. You want to create texture in your animation with variation.

Alexander Gray:

Amazing work, I love the emotion and the facial. When he shakes his head it is distracting and breaks the flow of the scene and makes it disorientating as to were my eyes are meant to be. Other than that this is the best I've seen so far.

Amartya Mukherji:

That might be your style.. But the swinging head movements from frame 150 to 180 were a bit too much may be.

Charity Santos:

Hahahaa your movements are so funny and cute xP

Diana Kosianka:

The character designs are good, but I think the man's poses are a little over-exaggerated.