Final Rating: 3.64. Finished 111 out of 173 entries.

303 views including the voting period.


Animator: teri ritchie

Description: my first ever 2d animation

Experience: very low

Time taken: 10 days (48-50 hours)


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Adam Sirrelle:

It feels like the camera is too low down for the focus. The viewer's eyes sit comfortably in the center of the shot, but you feel constantly drawn upwards to look at the characters faces.
If you look at the last shot with the woman you should see what I mean. Try lowering her so her nose or eyeline are sitting around center screen.

J.K. Riki:

One of the biggest suggestions anyone ever gave me as a 2D animator early on was "Don't pick shots your drawing skills can't handle." It's great to try some extreme angles, but if there's inconsistency it breaks everything and becomes a lot less appealing. I'd recommend that advice given to me, next time instead of going with a very extreme upshot, set your composition to something more reasonable and really nail the consistency of characters on model. You'll end up with a nicer piece overall! Good luck with your future entries, and keep at it!


good frog perspective drawing but why he is scratching himself i did not get it

Benjamin Berg:

Staging could use a lot of work. Also, the characters don't look human at times like frame 230. lol