Final Rating: 5.45. Finished 52 out of 238 entries.

541 views including the voting period.


Animator: Kenn Mitchell

Description: Malcom is captured! Is there a way to free him?

Experience: 2years

Time taken: all month occasional break days


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Eddie Mendez:

i like the animation on the guy talking, but the other guy just seems to be frozen, no expressions or moving his head when the audio starts

Ben LaScala:

This would be so much strong without the film gate and with a proper backdrop. Still Great Animation work!

Paula Decanini:

Animation was decent, but it all felt very cliched. From the poses to the expressions.

Filipe Pedrosa:

There's quite a bit of nice drag and good poses in this animation. The walk that starts at frame 193 needs some work though. It feels way too snappy and I don't see much up and down. It feel like he is on a scooter(?)

I could maybe see a cartoony animal or bouncy girl walking like that, but not an old man. In general his movements are a bit much for such an old guy, although that is a matter of opinion, I guess. Also it's a shame the other guy doesn't have much animation aside from the beginning.

Katie Wyman:

I like the character's emotions. You have clear emotions, but some of the movements (especially in the talking character) seemed a bit too jolted. His had also felt like it was glued behind his back, rather then being held behind his back. I get that he was hiding the button, but I still feel like it could have had a bit more movement to it. The lip since works well.


Vice the motions of the prof


is the guy dead? but I like the facial expression of the old man.

Reginald Crumpler:

Interesting, and I get the quirky inventor thing now too.

Jyrki Kanto:

I can't figure out the connection with the acting and the sound, but good animation nonetheless!

Divyam Chand:

an old person wont act like that.....wud have been fine on a young or middle-sgaed guy....the walk also needs to be refined