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Good Cop, Sarcastic Cop

by Lilly Durrant

Final Rating: 4.35. Finished 64 out of 151 entries.

368 views including the voting period.


Animator: Lilly Durrant

Description: The person arrested is faced by an interrogation from two rather different cops.

Experience: 4 years

Time taken: 9 days


(Commenting only available during the rating period)

Robert Zhou:

Good posing, good animation! The right character's movements are too sudden. I like how the left character's movements follow his tone though. From 255-285, his arms are very stiff though. Keep working at it!

Adam Momsen:

I feel like the setup is OK, though there's a bunch of empty space to the left that seems awkward.

I might suggest having the first guy either pick up the phone at 'call him', or be holding the phone from the start. Right now it's a bit awkward when he grabs it. His shrug during 'see if he'll come save you' is a bit jerky. And is he supposed to be taunting the prisoner? Right now he seems almost apologetic or helpful, rather than being on the same side of the old guy.

I like the old guy until the very end. He starts out as kind of this smug guy taunting the prisoner... and then that last face at the end of 'call him' he looks absolutely insane. I don't feel like such a shift is supported by the sound clip. His posing is otherwise good! A little more time on him for refinement and he could be pretty awesome. His hand motions during 'call him' are good, and I like that hand slide across the desk during 'merciful'. You've got something good going on with that guy!

paul eliscupides:

good poses.

Ben Halstead:

The old man is mostly frozen below the neck for a lot of this. But nice work overall

Bruno de Coninck:

Not bad! I think it just need to make it look more natural. For exampl the shoulder move around 97 is a biit too extreme.

Paula Decanini:

Character on the right has a cross-eyed appearance. Watch how you animate the eyes to focus on the phone, then change the focus to the person across the table. Don't just rely on the aim control.

Kyle Novak:

bad expressions.

Nathan Greensmith:

Nice scene, good emotion, good animation, good job.