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The Breathtaking British Bloke

by Liam De Bolla

Final Rating: 5.97. Finished 29 out of 283 entries.

425 views including the voting period.


Animator: Liam De Bolla

Description: I am a student, studying Animation, looking for my work to be critiqued to help further my practice.

Experience: 2 years in 3D animation and 1 year in 2D animation.

Time taken: 3 weeks.


(Commenting only available during the rating period)

Jamie F:

Be careful of too much twinning.

Daniel Miller:

The pose on frame 115 could be turned to the side a little more. This would alleviate some of the twinning in the arms on "...created me. You did."

Eric Bai:

not enough time for the motion you have at the end
acting choices of the back character dont seem believable
front guy is good

talha bin khalid:

Like your variations

Mostafa Barakat:

A lot of poses with the guy in the back would definitely tone him down more.

Gokul Dev:


Laajaj Nassim:

It seems that you try too much to use some principles of animations to draw your posings, maybe should try self video reference for more subtle and credible acting, a bit less exagerated...the character on the left is better i think...
but even when he moves his arms (fr 78), you should try less "overlap" and more credible (realistic) acting, i think...

Sasa Rodrz:

try not to put a pose per frase,

Henry Barbee:

Poses are too big, too different from one another on the cop. A pose doesn’t have to completely change from key to key. Something as small as lifting a hand or turning the head is enough to make the next pose feel unique. The whole body does not need to change each time. Good work though, you’re getting there!