Final Rating: 5.13. Finished 59 out of 211 entries.

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Animator: Yuri Marcel Vieira

Description: A father talks about love with his broken-hearted daughter.

Experience: Almost an year as student, none as professional

Time taken: 3 weeks


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Jakub Kupčík:

The way he grabs her face at the end seems a bit weird to me, body language wise. Before, the man was a bit in front of the girl, and they were also maintaining some distance, which, combined with their age difference, suggests he is some sort of a mentor but not as close to her as a father would be. Yet the face-grab suggests a closer relationship, which contrasts with the way they acted earlier. Also, his hand position when he grabs her is weird too. I would make him gently place his palm on her cheek if anything. On the other hand I loved the walking animation, really well done.

philipp seis:

Goood stuff in there.

Noyan Özkan:

that chin grabbing

David Macatantan:

Interesting characters.

camera movements kill the scene a little bit.

More overlap will keep them from being robots.
Old man head at 200
woman at 300 and on

Nick Gibson:

Great secondary action.


Good acting choices, but some of the camera animation could have been fine tuned or even avoided

Sophie Bracmard:

The way he grabs her chin in the end is a bit agressive.

Aaron Rivera:

Nice work! I like the walk-and-talk take on the dialog, and it builds the story well. Acting is pretty solid, though I feel like there may be too much going on here for the mood of the dialog. him pushing up his glasses suddenly and her using her entire arm to wipe her nose feels a little over the top and is mostly unnecessary since there's already plenty of movement in the walk. It's more distracting than anything else. Otherwise this is a solid entry!

Merlyn Moynagh:

lip sync needs work

William Sperling:

Awkward camera moves. Also I wouldn't grab someone else's head like that... It needs a better hand pose.

kishan Rathod:

Needs a lot of improvement