Final Rating: 3.60. Finished 119 out of 223 entries.

427 views including the voting period.


Animator: Trino Padilla

Description: A scientist tries to help his friend after an experiment whent wrong

Experience: 8 months

Time taken: 3 weeks


(Commenting only available during the rating period)

Dominic Rayner:

Animation needs a lot of attention, but a sense of humour shows through. Practise drawing and study animation, if it is something you enjoy. I prefer to see an attempt with a decent gag, than refined animation that has forgotten what is going on.

Gina Zarco:

You need to pay more attention to the lines, is not necesary make them that clean, but you need to keep in model and care about the size of you characters. I like the acting, but I feel you could do more soft the animation. Play more with the easy in and easy out.

William Barry Eggington:

Good idea. Rather crudely executed but that is kind of it's charm. I like it.

Jo Anne Tan:

Not bad! You have a decent grasp on timing and I enjoyed watching the scientist, but his constant moving distracts me from the monster when it's talking. Also this is probably your style, but it looks rather rough and wobbly, and the scientist's volume (mass) keeps changing.