Final Rating: 2.43. Finished 160 out of 179 entries.

526 views including the voting period.


Animator: Riley Horne

Description: Here's one of my first animations I've seen through until the end. This includes setting up a scene and lighting it, as well as actually rendering the animation. I hope you like it!

Experience: 1 year

Time taken: 15 Hours


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Travis Wong:

you should probably focus more on the character animation more than your camera ^^

Cory Parks:

Lighting is nice, but where is the party?

Chris Tarrant:

Some very un-natural camera movements there. Try to mimic how a camera would move in real life. Often it's better to keep it stationary.

Meme Candia:

el movimiento de la cámara es extraño, no es realmente beneficioso

Jesse Angri:

You should really not animate the camera unless you have a good reason to. I don't understand what you were trying to do there.

ben malberg:

It's a nice set and lighting. I think there's too much camera movement. I would bring the camera closer and focus more on the poses and body mechanics of the character. I like your idea to have her fall at the end.


A nice try with those camera moves but no cigar

Les Watters:

I would not have moved the camera at all!

Sarah Johnson:

Focus on animating the character instead of the camera!