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Kiran Jay Babla:
Hey man! Saw this in the forums, you'll do well. I wish the pose against the wall was a little more appealing and maybe you closed his eyes when he splats against the wall, but it's really creative, unconventional and you animated it very well, blah blah blah... this'll do well!
Pablo Miró Román:
very inspiring!! :) you made me play it several times!! :D
I don't really like the fall at the very end and the back movement at ~ f 86. But the rest is really great, especially the windy part.
Had me laughing out loud. I found the secondary animation to be particularly appealing. There was also a solid sense of weight and force. Excellent work.
Purely amazing! The quick, comedic slapstick combined with clever use of WHOOHING puts this peice in strong runnings for the win. The one thing that could've been stronger is the use of the shuffling noise. Here he slides down smoothly, but there are 3 distinct shuffling sounds, so I think he should've slid down slightly 3 times instead. Otherwise it's perfection.
LOL! I like this.
Khursheed Alam Khan:
Nice animation but idea is not matching with audio...
Great! Really enjoy when he gets pushed by the wind and the sliding part
Hahah! Great idea! So original and really well pulled-off! Animation was great. Not alot I can say except the fall at the end was the weakest part, but i'm just being picky.
Wow! Great timing and staging! Love the idea! Great work !
that was really funny, simple, and funny, your in the right direction !
I like the snappy moves. Not completely convinced by the end still...
Love love love this.
haha, really clear, very funny. :)
Shaking the camera upon crashing into the mountainside is really effective!
so so loved it
lovely background. try to match the sound effect to the motion. good idea. try new camera settings.
Nice work! The only thing I would say to really work on are frames 218-248. He moves really fast and doesn't look like he even touched the pick.
got a nut gag in there. You might have had the pick fall lower, so that the climber had more speed when he hits it. As it is, I wonder, "is it just really cold? why such a big reaction?"
Animator: Matthew Lajoie
Description: Stewart goes for a climb......
Experience: 2 yrs
Time taken: 2 weeks, here and there