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    fight animation 2:41 min

    hallo

    I have worked short in cartoon studio and in the meantime, I have a small fight movie animated do you likes look at

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a423M5rVZ_o


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    Very Nicely Done!

    Great Action!
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    Technically it's really well done.

    I think the overall pace is too even though, it's much less dramatic than what it could be.

    The problem with fight scenes is that they are entertaining for a short while, but unless you've got some good storytelling in there, it's not going to hold an audience's attention.

    Going off on a bit of a tangent here but, it's the same with the old school Disney short gags they produced by the truck load. They're entertaining for a short while, but there's no storytelling involved.

    Something like what you've got here could be hugely improved by adding small things such as a more expression and emotional reactions of the characters, and the gradual build up of events, as is the skeleton of any successful story.

    This is still great work, so don't get me wrong.
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    Hmmm I prefer traceovers with more than 2 frames… At first, it was difficult to discern who’s who.
    The wall collapse is one of my favourite moments. Everything else is pretty solid in the combat. The end where he writhes in pain is a nice touch! Planning on finishing it?
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    Loved how you used space in there. Cool work, nice sound effects as well.
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    check the Tensai Tokyo Sketch Thread (Sketchbook)

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    very nice work sir :] its be even better in a more flushed out stage but still beautiful as is
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    I like this one a lot. It's truly an inspiring piece. Do you have a sketchbook here?
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    cout.mecha: yes i have a sketchbook here.

    http://den-betz.blogspot.com/
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    That was weirder than the movie 'Mindgame' But I liked it!
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    Den what are you working on in terms of animation? Are you in school?
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    I don't know how I could have possibly missed this thread. This is so cool. I'm floored.

    Bookmarked! Five stars coming up.
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    GREAT, nice work. Would like to see more . Nice sketch book as well
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    I liked the movement, but would have liked a bit more awareness of weight and reaction. I know it shows how strong the character is that when he jumps off the cliff in the beginning he doesn't react to the impact of landing, but I found it to be noticeably awkward because it was a bit too unbelievable.

    I also found it to be hard to discern who was who, but I was wondering if it was all internal and if he was fighting himself?

    All said and done, I think you have done a really good job keeping the mass and having the characters occupy the space with some really hard shots.

    Well done.
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