Final Rating: 3.10. Finished 143 out of 162 entries.

29 views including the voting period.


Animator: Brett Kahr

Description: Secret meeting in a secret location ... a classic.

Experience: 3rd animation class ... first lip sync

Time taken: 30 hours


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Per Cardell:

Good idea. Unfortunately a bit floaty. Keep at it!

Robert Holmen:

Moving too slowly.

Ryan D Lowe:

Hi there.
When I was first starting out, no one ever
took the time to say anything on my shots.

I can't give you constructive feedback here,
as your work seems to lack an overall
understanding of the principles of animation.

However, I emplore you to seek out these
books, and began your studies.

"Character Animation Crash Course"-Eric Goldberg
"Acting for Animators"- Revised Edition
"How to Cheat in Maya 2012/2014"-Lutha Roy

There are many more, but these will get you
started. Best of luck on your journey!

Benjamin Berg:

Movements are too slow, floaty and the poses need work. The best thing for you to do would be to take reference videos so that you can keep better track of timing and poses. If you do that you should see a jump in quality in your animation.

Aaron Clement:

Love the idea. Maybe a few more antics. A bit slow at the end (floaty)... nice moody lighting.

Muhammad Arsal:

looks good but a little timing problem... looks slow.. good effort though :) keep up the good work


a dark almost no lighting 3d animation scene again ... what can I say

Jasmine Moody:

Timing is too slow ~ Hardly any emotions seen in the face :/ Pretty stiff. Maybe use a reference next time and pay better attention to the timing. :)

Amartya Mukherji:

There is a lot of scope for improvement. Try to figure out the timing after you visualize the acting you want to do, then start animating a shot. Shooting your own video reference would help you a lot.

Vanessa Gonzalez:

Seems a little unfinished to me, like there's a lack of animation between the key poses.

Jim P:

Would have been good but when he turns he just glides. You needed to shift his weight from foot to foot as he turned.


Keep working on your animation!