Final Rating: 6.84. Finished 11 out of 238 entries.

2,020 views including the voting period.


Animator: GagaVardanidze

Description: In the city of sin, some people may give quite valuable advice }:))

Experience: one year

Time taken: two week


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Paula Decanini:

Too much head movement in the speaker.

Richard Carrillo:

Very nice!
Don't know if it's my browser but the lips are coming after the sounds so it seems really off. Also you could give the fingers a little movement it would feel better.

Moy Parra:

Nice! On the lip sync you could open the mout a bit more to make it more graphical and appealing but great animation nonetheless :)

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Katie Wyman:

Oh man I love this one. I have a soft spot for that sort of colour-scheme anyway, and the characters seem very interesting. Your animation left me feeling like I want to see more of the story. I especially like how the speaking character's mouth moved appropriately to his tone of voice (lifting a lot on one side). My main criticism is that I found it hard to tell what either character's direct emotion was. Was the shorter guy scared, or frustrated or did he just not care? Was the taller guy trying to be creepy? Or honestly giving advice? You see what I mean. Try to get in your characters' heads more.


work on the lip sync


A lot of nice subtle animation in this piece

muhammad rauf:

wow :D

Amartya Mukherji:

very nicely animated. Maybe a bit too exaggerated expressions for the audio. But i liked the facial details. One extra star for that.

Eleftherios Kokkinakis:

Looking great! I love your acting and lighting!

Mark Laipnieks:

Nice animation. The lip sinc is the thing that stands out. I think the mouth shapes could be simplified with a few larger mouth openings to contrast.


that's really personal touch/advice isn't it ? a very unusual approach to the audio clip ... like it ...well done. There 's something funny around 6-7sec,
b&w is also a perfect choice for this clip.


I feel Tim Burton here, and I like it