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In The Devils' Lair
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lip-syncing a bit off and could be smoother the way the man bends down looks a smudge unnatural, not bad
Creative idea. Just needs more thought into the movement.
William Barry Eggington:
Pretty stiff. Need to get a handle on motion curves and tone down the camera.
You need to watch for arcs. I feel the characters' heads move in too much of a straight line as they shake them. Introduce some more gentle curves. The devil's expression is good though! I like it!
When you rotate or move a controller, consider to have movement in all axis/directions. An example is when the father shakes his head, it looks like it is only rotating on Y - looks robotic-like to me.
Jo Anne Tan:
The camera movement is very distracting and doesn't do much to add the suspense/tension you're gearing for. A simple pan/track goes a long way, keep things simple and sweet and focus more on the character animation, which are lacking fundamentals at the moment.
Animator: Estefanía F. Reyes González
Description: A father will go through anything to protect his daughter.... even from the devil.
Experience: 5 months
Time taken: 2 weeks