Final Rating: 2.55. Finished 153 out of 205 entries.

503 views including the voting period.


Animator: Jesse Thomas

Description: Their is no better dancing master than a drunk man

Experience: ten weeks in an intro to animation class

Time taken: two weeks, working on and off


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I haven't seen that take on it, so kudos on originality there. Anyone that drunk has a lot of trouble holding themselves up, it can be a lot of fun to play with that and have their centre of mass sway/stagger etc. It also gives you great practice in dealing with a character's shifting weight.
Also, keep an eye on the camera's framing of the scene. All of your action's happening in the lower half of the screen, and I didn't even see the bottle until a few seconds in as a result. Cameras are easy to play with, don't be afraid to push them all over the scene to find the best composition.

Clark Sison:

Jesse, I love it

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!

Bradley Adams:

I liked the ending, but the animation was very slow in some areas.

James Trimm:

Whhaaat? Other than that, correct level of movement.


Poses are poor, your weight is not convincing. Staging could be better