Final Rating: 2.00. Finished 184 out of 205 entries.

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Animator: Silvio Arrieta Xiques

Description: Un maestro de danza que le llama la atención a uno de sus alumnos por llegar tarde sin pensar el alumno y con un tono de voz desafiante le hace referencia de quien es, el profesor contesta de forma irónica tu maestro de danza.

Experience: estudiante (principiante de 9 meses)

Time taken: cuatro días fraccionados


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Max Calderon:

100 frames for the clock is too many


First of all, even though it was minor, don't add extra sounds (the clock ticking)
I barely saw any movement in your characters shoulders, heads, eyebrows and eyes in general. Watch yourself or someone else saying something and notice how the parts of the body that I mentioned move. Even the littlest movements can take you animation to the next level. Sorry if I came across as rude, I'm just trying to help out :)

Timothy Muller:

Hi there. My advice for you is to strengthen your contact poses. Practice contrapposto and line of action. Also check out Ed Hook's "Acting for Animators" if you haven't already.
Keep the good work up.

Eric Raffle:

you lost points by adding your own sound effects as that is against the rules of 11 Second Club, read the Rules

Lucy Acland:

You need to keep the characters moving even after they're talking. The characters are stiff, you need to put more life into them.