Final Rating: 6.01. Finished 18 out of 118 entries.

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Animator: berthe

Description: Somebody has some difficulties to go against his nature.

Experience: 6 years

Time taken: 5 days


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syrus johnson:

over did some of the posing in the shot

Lauren Watanabe:

Love the character designs.

Mitch Buzgan:

I love the character :) The animation is alive and subtle. The only time when the squash and stretch was a bit distracting(not very natural) is at frames 70-80 after the bear tells his part. Maybe you shouldn't freeze the characters when they don't say anything, they need at least a blink to stay alive. Good luck! :)

Thomas Thoma:

I like the style, character design and idea. At frames 135 and 208 the tiger looks back. For the final reveal to be more effective I think the tiger should only look back after the bear points out the mess, (and maybe get a little embarrassed afterwards). Animation wise is great except the tiger making a fist three times in a row is a little repetitive. Overall nicely done!

Cezar De Almeida Johansson:

Too many gestures. Keyboard animating where you sit in a chair and at every word you put a gesture. Try finding some subtlety in some words and give larger gestures for important stuff. Great sense of style.

Jasmine Keith:

Overall your animation is lovely and you've got a hilariously unexpected punch line. The one part I find distracting is the tiger's fist clenches. The first one seems like an unmotivated action because it is the first thing to land in his expression change and I think it lands too early. The first and second clench also seem to be a little redundant maybe? If you want to differentiate them a bit, try to make the first one into more of an anticipation for the rest of the dialogue. I'm also a bit unsure about the last one with the two fists but I don't really know what to say about that. I was worried at first that your movements were too fast but your animation style really works and you definitely pull it off. The squash and stretch of their faces really sells it.