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Thread: My 2D Animation Showreel
April 22nd, 2010 #14
keep up the good work, i like your style.
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April 26th, 2010 #15Registered User
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This is great man, keep it up!
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April 26th, 2010 #16
Love this stuff! Some of the motion here is really well planned and thought out. If you're about to graduate you seem to have a really good grasp of the animation you want to be doing! I'm looking forward to seeing more of you're characters. Your influences are really showing up well! Keep up the fantastic work and never give up!
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April 28th, 2010 #17
Michaelsama: Thanks man, hope your job hunting goes well too Actually, today I was given a trial job offer at a children's animation company, so I'll see how that goes.
DanielBodinof: Thanks! Glad u like it
Charlesicay: Thanks, will do
coutmecha: Yeah, I'm mostly interested in modern edgy sort of animation based on realistic anatomy and movement. I'm hoping to work in Japan a few years down the line. Thanks for the kind words
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June 29th, 2010 #18
Great Traditional stuff. That character had a lot of pencil mileage, must have been tough.
I have a few crits.
- Cut the bunny scene and everything after that. It isn't your best work.
- If you end up putting a scene with dialogue make sure the music is extremely quiet compared to the Dialogue. (Or better yet get rid of the music all together)
Great job and good luck