Final Rating: 3.93. Finished 84 out of 151 entries.

369 views including the voting period.


Animator: A Pattanakul

Description: She deciding for call Wilfred(old fame) or not.

Experience: 1 Year

Time taken: 5 days


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Bruno de Coninck:

Moving hold could be stronger. Particulary in the first camera angle.

At the end, the leg of the girl moove, but not her arm... It looks kind of weird. Over all, too mecanic. I think it would be better if you jazz a little bit your animation.

Nathan Greensmith:

I like the character poses and performance. I would suggest using other camera angles for the old man and the woman shot, slightly higher or more distance maybe. But nice work.

Ben Halstead:

Some great things happening in this animation. Some of the movements are still too snappy and lose their sense of weight, though. Perhaps smooth it out a bit, try to delete excess keyframes - particularly the first shot.

Kyra Toomey:

It has some good acting in the first guy but then his had come out to fast and too close to the camera. Maybe try pulling it back a bit or adding a subtler motion instead, you already had a hand motion. Again nice acting with the second guy but don't offset his eye blinks to much and the irises look almost cross eyed, it's disconcerting. Like the character acting with the girl too, the better of the three in my opinion.

Adam Momsen:

There's some stuff to like in this piece for sure. The facial expressions, some of the character posing... it's effective to demonstrate how the characters are feeling.

I feel like this piece could benefit from reference, though. For instance, look at the first character to speak. At frame 56 or so he makes this big gesture with one hand (which I actually think is all right. Maybe a little too quick, but not bad). Then, after pausing, he makes another big gesture with the OTHER hand at frame 128 or so. I don't feel like this is how someone would gesticulate. Maybe keep the first hand up a bit instead of putting it on his hip, then make the second gesture with that same hand?

Acting out these scenes in front of a mirror or a camera, and getting a sense of what feels natural, could go a long way here.