Final Rating: 6.80. Finished 4 out of 206 entries.

11,293 views including the voting period.


Animator: Lee Sejin

Description: He is worried about some situation.

Experience: 9 years

Time taken: 3 weeks


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David Krein:

Nicely done.

Fabian Johnston:

nice acting

Amartya Mukherji:

Super.. Wow..! No words. Very nice animation and very matured character performance. Perfect for the audio.

And yes,good that you didn't waste time on render. As long as playblast is clean and clear, the performance is readable, - I BELIEVE YOU SHOULD GET ALL THE STARS YOU DESERVE.

Tobias Fuhr:

simple poses and great expression and lipsync. what happens with "as eternity"? congratulations

Ben Wardle:

I feel like the shot is lacking in story, it needs some kind of reference to the words that are being said however there's some really good acting choices and some nice animation. Nice one.

Matthew Lajoie:

nice. natural.

Paula Decanini:

The face rubbing poses are interesting, but watch out when you use pointing. It is often overused and cliched.

Ben Hopper:

Not bad, but the face is really lacking in emotion.

Michael O'Brien:

Wow, I was really impressed by the acting in this piece, very strong. Unfortunately, the subtext is completely lost. If you'd ground that great performance in something more concrete as an idea or meaning for this piece, you'd have a winner or very close contender.

Steve Schwartz:

This might be my fav 3D shot this month. Well done!

Sandra Tapia:

Job job with the animation, looks clean and understandable.

James Trimm:

really nice, i maybe feel his poses are too in sync with the dialogue, esp the double head nod around 80 - 100? But the animation is great!

Oliver Pedersen:

Nice work!

rahul rishikesh:



I like it! I think your shoulder moves little bit too much but very nice. and... maybe you need... more work on lipsync.

Brent Forrest:

From before I hit play, the first pose I know this was going to be good. Great gestures and nice weight shifts. Dropping the shoulder at 181 is a bit overdone, but overall I like the subtleties. 10 stars.

Steve Kimbrey:

Really great acting choices. The subtle movements are really believable and natural. Very jealous ;)

Jack Stollery:

Wonderful subtlety in the acting


nice acting ! you feel the character and nice facial

ben malberg:

Great job on this. I was sucked in from the first pose. Beautiful, smooth animation. The pushoff around f147 seemed a little unnatural to me because too much movement in the shoulders. I feel a similar issue with the shoulders around f174. Great acting at the end, he has it, then he loses it. haha.

Ruth Agada:

I like it