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I wish the lip sync was as great as the render - "No I did not" is, in my opinion, the only sync you nailed. The performances are believable and I really like how minimalistic you've kept the shot. Just the first and third line are a wee bit off. A memorable entry nonetheless!
the characters feels loose which is great but the mouths un sync from the audio at times :( More defined mouth shapes would help a ton as well. Nice use of composition :)
it woman voice
first of all... great job...
"Killed.." there is a jerk in the lip sync. remove the extra pose.
There are small issues, but I think this deserves to be in the top 15
You have kept the camera tight, so no scope for any body movements.
could hv choose proper character for female voice...
They are really close but the left character doesn't seem to hear that the other is contradicting him. They are together but each one is saying his line independently.
Ryan D Lowe:
For a shot that focuses on the face, the lip sync/shapes need to be spot on. This however, has a great oppurtunity to become even better. Vary your shapes, and make sure the biggest consonants hit BEFORE the sound. And this HAS to have that "EFF" shape in there for LIFE. Good luck!
Lip sync could be better, otherwise great!
Animator: ayush raizada
Description: 3 friends died in an accident and they meet in afterlife..over here one friend is blaming other one for the death of third friend and the guy who did the accident justifies that his friend was not happy with his life so now he is free from that..
Experience: not much
Time taken: some days after work