Final Rating: 6.96. Finished 5 out of 151 entries.

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Animator: mojgan hokmabadi

Description: scrooge and his son

Experience: 4 years

Time taken: 1 week


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Reza Hadiani:

great animate sweetheart!

Donald Marks:

Animation is awesome... The render came out so dark that I didn't get to admire all of it!

Frost Seven:

Nice bg and render, but the actors lack character,style and emotions..

Richard Clark:

I would try to avoid doing the same gesture twice on the first character. Even though you slightly changed the performance, overall it still reads as the same.

iman khanchi:

Your beautiful work astonished me, good luck



Bruno de Coninck:

Honnestly I can't find one thing to say here! You did an amazing work, especially on the first character!

Carlos Guadarrama:

This one's really good.

The only thing I noticed is some lipsynch problems:

1- The old man's lipsynch feels off particularly when he says Wilfred.

2- You really can't feel the F in if in the first guy


Ben Halstead:

Awesome! The lip sync is a tiny bit off on "see if he'll come save you" and "Wilford the merciful"


Not bad.
Idea not very clear. Lip synch not particularly tight.

Nathan Greensmith:

Looks great, poses are good. Character one is a tiny bit lost in the darkness. But overall good work. Should do well.

Paula Decanini:

The facial expressions are there, but the mouth shapes aren't hitting hard enough on the consonants like 'f', 'w', and 'm'. Also the jaw doesn't seem to matching the dialogue as well as it could.


Reusing the first hand gesture makes it less appealing than it could've been. I would've chosen a different action, maybe a slight turn towards the other character? Otherwise, nice natural movements.

Alec Farai Munhapa:

well done :)

Adam Momsen:

I think you've done an excellent job here with the posing, environment, and overall mood of the piece. The expressions are great and it feels natural.

The big distraction is the lipsync. I'd recommend you really study the shape you mouth makes when speaking the lines and exaggerate them (I literally mouth the lines when animating to feel how my lips, jaw, and tongue are moving). Right now I'm not seeing things like the 'o' shape the mouth makes at the beginning of 'Wilfred', or the bottom lip tucking under the top teeth in the 'f' sound of 'merciful'.

I pick on it because this is otherwise very well done. That last 5% or so will do wonders for this. Great work!

Martin Strom:

So smooth and elegant animated! Great job! :)