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Perspective of the Animated

by Joel Murphy

Final Rating: 5.02. Finished 49 out of 206 entries.

591 views including the voting period.


Animator: Joel Murphy

Description: Take a look from the perspective beyond the light table of an animator.

Experience: 6 years

Time taken: 75ish hours


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Tyler Murphy:

I really like the transition and the lighting is really good. Nice twist with the hand drawn animation too! My only complaint is that the 3d animation is kinda jittery


Synchronize sounds


great idea!

Justin Jones:

Doing this kind of 3D character to 2D pencil drawing transition seems to be something difficult to pull off. This was pulled off quite well imo since it actually does show the 'real' world.

roy cobn:


Sai Srikanth Charepalli:

That 3d to 2d transition in the end is just amazing. Well done.


Like your concept

Jesse Angri:

Very creative! Frames 178-299 could really use some cleanup though.

Caesar Naranjo:

nice idea, weird implementation

Ben Hopper:

Cool idea, but the animation needs a lot more love.

David Krein:

Hah, I did a similar concept, I like your version quite a bit in presentation. The animation on the 3D guy is what is harming the piece I believe, the movement is noticeably jerky and really needed some polish in the arcs to make it solid overall. The other thing is a small detail to the concept, but he's drawn on the opposite side that he was in the 3D world to the sphere.

Amartya Mukherji:

Even though the 3D part could have been much better. It is indeed an exceptional concept.

Brent Forrest:

Kinda herky jerky but I love the mixed media. A for effort. 8 for animation

Sandra Tapia:

Wow, very nice!

Joyce Makker:

Really cool! The only thing that I found myself wishing was for the 3D animation to be better.

rahul rishikesh:

Great idea! Animation doesnt worked as well

ben malberg:

Very cool. The 2D at the end was the best part. The hand shake around f61 felt too sharp.

Ejen Shafiq Isa:

great concept! the 3D animation is a bit snappy though. could do a bit more polishing