Final Rating: 3.61. Finished 149 out of 231 entries.

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Animator: david

Description: a rusian roulette with a poisoned sausage.

Experience: 1 year

Time taken: 20 days


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Tafrey Mongkuo:

Dial back the expressions a bit and zoom out the camera. Right now the animation feels disorienting.


Would've been wise to rethink your staging and camera here. The camera moves only serves to distract from the animation and do nothing for the story and the staging cuts off the top of their heads, making it all feel rather cramped. You've got a solid idea going here, but it needs a lot of work.

Adrian Winchell:

Watch your editing - you've actually accidentally removed pieces of the prompt audio patching the clips together here. If you're using separate scenes, render out a slightly larger range than you need, and use a video editor (most 3D stuff has something that can do that built in) to place the renders over the original un-separated audio.

Yogesh Paradkar:

Camera go here n there

James Hornby:

there was some nice acting in there but the camera movement was very distracting, next time i'd suggest keeping it planted

Alan Yang:

The general acting is solid, what will improve you as an animator is to study more carefully how the body moves and stops, how parts of the body ease in and overlap, hit poses, etc.

Jyreme Mcmillon:

I can kinda see where you were going with the ideas but I think they could definately be strengthened in places..I think it would make for a much more interesting shot if you could tone down some of the movement in the characters because right now the movement feels nervous...also there is a awkward movement in the camera that I think is hurting the sequence...I think with a bit more work though this could be pretty solid