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by Choi Nam-gyu
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The finger poses at the ends are too flat...
Great face animations! For some reason, the younger guy reminds me of James Dean.
This is actually very good, doing an overshoot when the character on the left hits the bars could have helped to sell the action; without it, or without any reaction after all that energy used for that movement, the action looks fake.
Really like the first guy. The second one just doesn't change his facial expression enough for me. Or maybe if he'd turned away completely when he first says "you will be." I don't know. Just something a little more.
William Barry Eggington:
Very smooth and refined but almost too smooth. Like. . . the channels were all filtered too much or something. Very few little 2ndary motions to keep it life like. Very good work though.
Some good lipsync, perhaps add more of a facial expression change in the second character
Jo Anne Tan:
This isn't bad, but it feels rather anticlimactic and not much development. There isn't much expression changes in the young man so I don't feel the tension from the old man's warning.
love the expressions but i don't quite understand the story and at the end the bars seem to come closer
Animator: Choi Nam-gyu
Description: A young man was talking to his old man for getting his advice. But he was teasing him.
Experience: 3+ years
Time taken: 1 week