Final Rating: 5.89. Finished 21 out of 169 entries.

115 views including the voting period.


Animator: Remy Hurlin

Description: Two Scientists try understand physics, or maybe not...
First animation done with Maya.

Experience: 3 years

Time taken: 2 weeks


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Brian Heath:

This has a ton of potential. Watch out for the normal lip sync trouble though (it killed me on my last one)

Hong Yeu Wing:


Tobias Egeli:

The "Why" pose at frame 140 is one of those super cliches you must try to evade. Its hard core twinnig:)

Matthew Lottering:

nice animation but Way way too many gestures and very pose to posey.


too dramatic, they are a litlle bit more relaxed to me.

Akshay De:

nice fast animation.. but quite packed. sometimes less is more. but I like your timing and smoothness of the action. lip sync is very off though. I think its cuz you messed up in syncing the audio fCP/premier/AE or whatever it is that you use. I think this would have been a serious contender if it was in sync


too mcuh tweening


great snappy animation, but a lot of the poses are very predictable

Douglas Fletcher:

Emotions don't seem to match the dialogue some nice poses though.


Your style of animation is defined, And it seems like you like using much the same characters which gives it away its that it might be the same person who won last months contest. YOu even did some intersting lighting. I Love your animations you are a talented beast and i hope you win this months.

J.K. Riki:

The motions were fluid, and the composition is nicely done, but I don't feel any soul here. The characters seem to be acting, not living. They don't seem to be thinking, they seem to be posing. Good luck with future entries!

Jaime Colque:

use their own characters please :/

Alexis Dounce:

Nice animation, but the positions feels over-acted, like in frame 145 (for both characters). It´s good to have body language emphasizing an important part of the dialog, the intention; but it doesn't work if you try to emphasise everything they say. And it is not necessary. I recommend you to read the "Acting it Out" article in the 11SecClub / Resources / Helpful Hints section. Specially in the "Resist Indicating" part, they talk about exactly this subject.

Daniel Chamanpira:

Lip sync seemed off near end. Still liked it though.


tooooooooooooo much hands animation!