Final Rating: 6.18. Finished 17 out of 164 entries.

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Animator: Sam Surplice

Description: When Benny the scientist creates an army of robots, he forgets to mention one minor detail...

Experience: 6 years (3 years professional)

Time taken: 12 nights


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Patrick King:

I really enjoy the acting. The ones I have seen so far have not shown the surprise reaction to it being nuclear.

The only thing off is Doc should be screen right as opposed to screen left so he lines up with "Marty"'s eye direction.

besides that, it looks really believable.

Nicole Brettell:

Purple beast looks like a cross between Toothless from How to Train your Dragon and Stitch from "Lilo & Stitch"! Cool!! But needs a little more lighting and texturing.

Divyam Chand:

nice animation....i dont understand the context though...can u tell me what rigs are these? are they free?

Ian Alexander Hanson:

Interesting ideas and nice how the character loosened up more toward the end.

Use reversal of spine, use more anticipation for weight.

Not sure where the actors are in relation to each other?

San Mathew:

Nice! Great job on expression


DRAGONS!! YEAH! The animation for the characters is fantastic. Lots of squash and stretch, dynamic posing, secondary action, settle and drag. Facial animations and lip sync are fantastic. The only things I feel could be done to improve this are more arcing movements in both characters and to pull the camera back a bit. I would also move the "doc" character camera so that this character is more screen right, as the Marty character is screen left this would strengthen the staging. Both characters are cramped and hit the edge and outside the viewing box, give the characters more room to move and live and i think this piece would be just that much more awesome. Fantastic job!



Danny Kneip:

Amusing concept, good staging. Marty's lip sync is stronger than Docs. The tiny fingers of the character are really adorable, but you have both hands pointing at F107, and I think that's a mistake. And Doc points two separate times. And then Marty points some more! The point is, you need more poses!! Overall, I actually really enjoyed this one.