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A Fish & his Existential Crisis

by Andrew Percell

Final Rating: 2.75. Finished 181 out of 206 entries.

386 views including the voting period.


Animator: Andrew Percell

Description: One fish begins to question whether or not his world has the depth he thought it does. To explain his new findings he confides in his wonderful companion, King Neptune.

Experience: I'm a Senior-level student- College Level

Time taken: Around 2 weeks.


(Commenting only available during the rating period)

Joel Murphy:

look up the "rule of 180" you'll learn something about film making that will help your future productions.

Vin Liew:

In my opinion, the staging is not really clear,

James Trimm:

lip sync needs the most work, but quite good fish movement

ben malberg:

I like how you're using the complete space to swim around. I think the mouth animation could use some tuning and I might try to move the character not only on the Y but also on the X and the Z. Or was it the Z and then the Y and the X? Well you know what I mean.. Good eye movement.

Tobias Fuhr:

be careful changing the camera, if it is fast who is watching lose yourself.

Sandra Tapia:

Very cool idea. I think that it needs a little more work on lip sync animation.