Final Rating: 4.23. Finished 71 out of 139 entries.

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Animator: Prouzat Remi

Description: I choose this camera angle to avoid the 2nd charcter lypsing. To respect my deadline.

Experience: 3 years

Time taken: 5 days


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Fernando Incetta:

The action is clear and easy to read, but it lacks polishing. It's a little floaty overall, and specially on the hand gesture around frame 82.
On a second note, it's weird to have the green character backwards when he is talking. Either switch the camera showing us our face, or put him as a reference in the edge of the frame, in a less priviledged position.

cale petrocci:

should have a shot of the other character too.

Peter Conolly:

I enjoyed the fluidity and authenticity of the characters movements. However, this is a terrible camera angle to rest on with two characters in a scene. There should have been at least one shot angle to show both characters' face, if not two. The gent in the tie also seems a bit stiff for the scene as well.

George John Bowden:

Some great character interaction at the beginning with the hug. However I would consider holding poses because some parts felt 'floaty'. Some nice eye movements as well with the character wearing the tie. I'd add some time before the eye roll, because as the audience I missed it the first time, it was great to see the second time though. Were naturally going to look at the character who is speaking, so i would consider camera angles and allow time for acting choices to be read.

James Daggs:

It does seem like you did add facial movements to both characters, I question why you only bothered to show off one of them while the other just faces away from the camera. It's a very boring shot.

Adrian Petitjean:

Weird neck shape. Characters need to blink more. Could add a bit more expressions.