Final Rating: 4.48. Finished 42 out of 93 entries.

552 views including the voting period.


Animator: Shiloh Z. Vanaver

Description: Two men trying to make the best of a bad situation. Hand-drawn in "Rough Animator"

Experience: 20 years

Time taken: 2 weeks


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Shreyas Dutta:

uhh, i feel it doesnt follow most of the rules of animation, just plain simple rotoscopy.But its nice

Alberto Fernandez:

You have a jump of plane that makes it confusing on who is who after the first plane. Somehow both characters have a very similar body language, or acting choices.

Eric De Carolis:

Since you keep crossing the stage line it makes this scene very confusing. When cutting from one character to the other, each character should stay on their own side of the screen. Another fact that makes this confusing is that their poses dont hook up from shot to shot. At frame 215 the one character has his hands down by his side, then when you cut to the next shot at 216 his hands are crossed?

Also this just feels like you tried to roto scope someone acting this out. Try and stay away from that.


Good Try

Stéphane Sartori:

Nice Idea. However there are big issues in camera continuity. Once you set in your first shot that one character is on the right of the screen and the other is on the left, you should keep that rule for the rest of the sequence. Now it's very difficult to understand who is who. For example, Person B is on the left of the screen in the first shot and looking screen right but he is looking screen left in the next shot. Same goes for Person A who is looking screen left in the first shot but is looking screen right in the third shot.


brup. This is just good. The pinnacle of the chronicles of ROBLOXia (joke review because I'm tired.)