Final Rating: 3.10. Finished 127 out of 151 entries.

348 views including the voting period.


Animator: Myron Lee

Description: Cop and Mafia , Confrontation

Experience: beginner

Time taken: 1 month


(Commenting only available during the rating period)

Robert Zhou:

Good work! Just push the poses a bit more, and smooth out the left character's movements, and you're golden.

Ben Halstead:

Posing is pretty good for the standing guy. The movement of the guy in the chair is a bit unnatural. Perhaps use more reference

Nathan Greensmith:

Nice plot set up, animation needs a bit more flow, and the lip sync is lost due to the distance away from the camera, but good effort.



Bruno de Coninck:

You should add some breaking poses and some ease-in ease-out. It would already give you a more credible animation. Except that, when you move an arm, you should have some weight shift. Good luck!

Kyra Toomey:

The opening action with the first voice is nice then your posing loses much of any strength he has, mostly it seems to be where his weight is. His weight is forward but his front knee is bent. Whenever you pose the leg with the most weight is straight and the hip is raised on that side, sagging on the side with little or no weight. The action of the second character going "call him" is a touch too fast with it being the only thing of the body really moving. Shift the chest forward and twist the shoulders with the action and see how much more weight it has. Good start.