Final Rating: 6.35. Finished 15 out of 200 entries.

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Animator: Adil Khanna

Description: An ignorant employee of a local firm while on his smoke break asks a homeless guy he knows if everything is 'adequate' in his life.
In response the jumps into an over dramatized explanation of just how adequate his life seems to be.

Experience: 1 year

Time taken: 10 days


(Commenting only available during the rating period)

April Slocombe:

Good poses, lip sync and character animation throughout. Keep it up.

Harun Aydin:

Good animation with the paper but I think it is disrupting attention.

Stéphane Sartori:

I like the head movement at " bursting" but I don't understand what he means by that. I don't know what feeling he had while saying that. So maybe you could work a bit more on the facial expression to help understand what he means. I suppose he is ironic when he says "bursting with adaquatulance" but at the end his look makes me feel like he is going to kill him. So well, I'm confused.

Genevieve Powzun:

Its hard to capture sarcasm through gestures, but this one gets it spot on! Really lovely animation and use of cinematography!

Derek Stewart:

Cute! I really like the dynamic between these two characters. There are some weight issues with the hobo character, and the staging on the final shot feels a bit too heavy on the right side.

Tadeusz Ciborowski:

Nice. From the choice of character and setting your brain starts to make a connection between the two. They know eachother from the past and the last expression on the bums face could suggest he was screwed over by the other guy. Think in the first shot that the bums pose could have been better. Cant suggest anything but feel it could be better if you can do the rest so good.

Theron Chaplin:

I love all the details... particularly the quick grab of the paper and crumpling it up in his hand. Everything is solid.