Final Rating: 2.79. Finished 134 out of 205 entries.

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Animator: Anna Giannuzzi

Description: A class assignment done in hour chunks throughout the weeks

Experience: 2 years

Time taken: 3 weeks


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Kazi Abu Bakkar Chisty:


Lee Bird:

nice, but there are a few points where it floats through the poses.

James Trimm:

Overall right level of movement bar finale. Head moves bit sharply at start.

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. Cheers!


I like most of the animation, except for when the master gets up. It feels very floaty. There is little change in weight as he turns and it lacks weight as he pushes off the table. I think it would've helped you if he had a chair.
It also looks like you have a hard time keeping hands in place. They move around a lot with the torso and go through the table. I suggest either using IK or keying a parent constraint to a locator. Something else that would help is splining the hands last so there aren't any more changes to the torso that would mess up your hand's placement.