Final Rating: 4.57. Finished 51 out of 164 entries.

410 views including the voting period.


Animator: Patrick William Shaw

Description: Traditional 2D Animation done within Photoshop, on a Cintiq.

Experience: 5 months

Time taken: 3 weeks


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William Barry Eggington:

You'll do well in the next one. :-)


a bit underacted in the end

Ramsey Parks:

Poor lip sync and the characters don't react very well to there lines.

Ed Seager:


Danny Kneip:

A really fun render and concept, but neither character really exhibits any emotion, but I hear it in the audio so it must exist. Additionally, the lip sync on Luke's first line is very hard to read. Use the jaw, Luke!

Mitch Coote:

Animation doesn't match the intensity of the dialogue.


the character seems very static while he is moving his laser-sword around, he only moves his head and arms. also he could use more facial expression

Rob Small:

I like the style, but the lip synching could use some exaggeration to make it more exciting.

Ian Alexander Hanson:

Cool concept!

Bodies not really moving too much and spinning saber around goes on too long.

Nathan Younger:

characters are copy written- animation is good


Cute concept. Both characters could benefit from more dynamic poses, both feel too upright and their silhouettes do not read well. The lip sync for Luke/Marty does not read at all. Staging feels too imbalanced I would change how the characters are positioned, if you flipped the Luke/Marty drawings so he was more screen left and turn Ben/Doc 3/4 facing center it would feel more balanced, just make sure not to cut his head off with the saber :)

Julien Ferritto:

Good idea, good tribute but.. I think we don't feel the expressions of Luke.. It's too "sweet" ^^