Final Rating: 3.85. Finished 65 out of 70 entries.

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Animator: Angshuman Mazumdar

Description: A man, who is obsessed with collecting stuffed unicorns, returns from his latest escapade at the mall where he scored big with a limited edition stuffed unicorn. Upon being judged by bystanders, he starts talking to his stuffed friend about his thoughts.

Experience: Taken a couple of graduate level animation courses; Hobbyist-novice level

Time taken: Around 80 hours over the span of a month


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Mitchell Kirkpatrick:

Funny surprise. The raised arm seems to have some floating, but if it's resting I think it might improve to leave it still. Don't be afraid to push the poses, contrary to the resting arm, the voice is fairly active so maybe that could translate more to the facial expressions, it's a little stiff.

Alex Mey:

I don't think the dark shades added to the story. They did however block a lot of the acting and gesturing that you could have added/refined with the eyes and brow.

Ben Zingo:

action seems slow and floaty, seems like you should try to make more decisive acting decisions

Angshuman Mazumdar:

I think I could have improved on it a little more. But in the end, I'm happy with my result.