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Between Spheres and Circles
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JOYAL T. XAVIER:
Great staging, poses.......keep it up..
well drawn but its so very stiff
The drawings are nice. I like your style. I would focus on the timing/spacing and arcs of the movement. (for example f98-f140) It's a bit choppy. I like the globe spin, and your creative idea at the end. Respectable effort.
I'd love to see more in-betweens, because this looks like it could be really great. I'm sure it was a simple lack of time though, 2D animation is tough.
Good story, nice animation. The mass of the character should be more consistent from frame to frame. His head increased and decreased in size several times before he changed position in relation to the camera.
Best 2D one I've seen in 100+ vids so far, so nicely done, and the most polished I've seen. Some odd head pops here and there, but the scene was used very effectively.
Really cool style, really love it. Too bad you're not maintaining the volume of the head throughout the animation, it was bothering me while I was watching it, it distracted my attention.
Very nice lip sync. I love the style.
i really like it. GREAT
very nice how the earth sphere is spinning.nice job
Animator: Steve Schwartz
Description: A tired scientist letting a colleague in on a little secret.
Experience: 10 years drawing, 5 years 3D, 6 months 2D (this is my first lip sync in 2D)
Time taken: 3.5 weeks