Final Rating: 3.13. Finished 125 out of 151 entries.

373 views including the voting period.


Animator: Liang

Description: What he said, always not what he want to said nor he think from the deep heart.But ,,,what he need always was a care and a helping hand from you. Don't ignore.

Experience: student

Time taken: 1month


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Sam King:

Animated nicely consider shot angles and stuff

Myron Lee:

super gay

Bruno de Coninck:

Your poses should be a bit more clear. Also, if you didn't use a reference, I think you should. It would probably improve a lot your animations. It will make it look a lot more natural.

Nathan Greensmith:

The shot is good, the animation needs more of a flow, but great effort.


Vague idea. Floaty animation

Kyle Novak:

nothing has any weight.

Nicolas Defosse:

The animation is pretty rigid and the characters are straight, needs more fluidity in the action and some of the principles of animation like slow in and slow out

Kyra Toomey:

Polish up your slow ins and outs a touch more. Posing is nice and acting is good, but sometimes the characters go in slow while others jerk into place. Overshoots and settles would help with those.

Adam Momsen:

Overlap your actions! Right now things are *very* sequential: Action A then Action B then Action C... etc.

Keep an eye on the standing character. First he says call him. Then he drops the phone. Then he looks over at the couch. Then he puts his butt down... the action feels very robotic, rather than flowing into itself.

Think of it this way: would it be more effective if he tossed the phone to the ground WHILE saying 'call him'? Take some reference video, or act it out yourself. How would you do it?