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Jessica "Jess" Jerome:
the dog should animate.
you're hitting the accents, but because your character stops dead on some of the extreme poses it jars a little bit
Nice poses, and I like the way you implemented small, subtle movements into the guy's animation, even when he was "idle" and not talking - that's really good. However, the transitions between the poses are still a little robotic - don't have him staying perfectly still at any time.
The idea is good. Too bad there's zero animation on the dog at all. I would've rated it higher if it had.
Pitty the dog doesn't move its lips.
Decent blocking, now you need anticipation, followthrough, easing, and maybe some animation on the other character?
Good work on the main character. Too bad you didn't get to the dog. Really like the expressiveness though
I think this shows how important poses are. Though it's not finished, I still a get a sense of personality for the human character. The pose at frame 174 in particular is pretty nice. I wish this made it past the blocking phase so we could see it finished. Very nice start though.
Animator: Aaron Jacobson
Description: he doesn't eat meat
Time taken: 9 hours?