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Not your mom, not your milk

by Yana Zuraeva

Final Rating: 3.45. Finished 171 out of 231 entries.

547 views including the voting period.


Animator: Yana Zuraeva

Description: Vegetarian's having a picnic in the woods.
Comic Sans included.

Experience: 6 months

Time taken: 1 week


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in my opinion he stops a little too often and doesn't move much. seems like you posed and just flattened the tangents

Alexander Shuaibu:

great facial expression at the end
lazy background, lol, but it worked
n i know its hard to get the lighting right
great job, we're all gettin there

Eric Raffle:

I feel life is drained in this shot it feels very lifeless , I don't know how else to put it but there was not much happening in this shot.

Joe Jinks:

It feels a little "pose to pose". I like those poses a lot but the character is quite static when the other character is talking. I'd also consider the framing; the character is facing off to the left, he might look better, compositionally, further to the right on the screen but a good animation.

Léo Miche:

The hands are to "bouncy" at the end. A simple settle would work better. Maybe you should also make you're character stay alive when he freezes with subtle rotation of the chest and micro movement in the face (eye darts for exemple).

Adrian Winchell:

Decent work, the hand gesture from 65-95 needs more of an accent and a weight to it, not just an even flip-and-flipback. Otherwise solid stuff!

Sean Bitara Dela Torre:

The lipsync seems a little bit weird. And I strongly advise that when a 3D character is not moving, it should move just a teenie weenie bit. It is called "moving holds" because 3D emulates our world and humans/animals are not really still unless dead. Hope that helps!