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Sep 5, 2007 | 1:36 PM EDT

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Given ten second audio to animate. No choice in audio.

This was really fun and I like the way it turned out. Any useful comments or observations are welcome.

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TreeClockTreeClock

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

Good Start

It looks like you might have a good understanding of how animation works in general, with some decent art skills.

Next time just bump the frame rate up to 24 or 30 and it will come out a lot more smooth.


cfb responds:

Thanks for the advice. I'll try that.


TiredPaperBoyTiredPaperBoy

Rated 1.5 / 5 stars

Not bad, not good either

If you steriotype on brits and use random humor which ISNT funny then that alone is not going to make a good flash


cfb responds:

Interesting. I didn't feel like I stereotyped on Brits. I was just trying to animate what I heard. What seemed to be the stereotype?


JahudomanJahudoman

Rated 3 / 5 stars

Good lipsyncing, visual design

I liked the lip syncing you did for the main character, and the character designs are very detailed, but it was hard to find the context for the scene. I guess with only being able to use that 10 seconds of audio means it's for an assignment or a commission? Also the laughing in the background could have been incorporated into the animation by cutting to the audience and their reaction.


cfb responds:

I thought of that at first. When I was thinking of setting up a scene, I thought about a stand-up comedian, Seinfeld-ish style. I decided against it because I wanted to add a bit more variety to the scene. However, with only 10-seconds available, its a bit hard to express all the detail one wants. I'm not exactly sure if I was able to pull that off.


BroodooBroodoo

Rated 3 / 5 stars

too short :(

was that a monty python sketch?
or am i completely wrong.

i think if you decide to make another one, you should add more clips/scenes. then the viewer can understand whats going on a bit better. thats probably the biggest problem with this, as i only realized what he was on about once it had finished.

but i did like what i saw, good work ^^


cfb responds:

Trick is, I was only given 10 seconds. I had to set up a scene that the viewer's brain could process easily. The one I chose was a man reading a letter. I've been working with it so long, I understood what I was doing. It's nice to hear other people's initial reactions. Sometimes, it takes a couple times to see to process completely.

I'm 99% sure that the speaker is Rowan Atkinson in a Black Adder skit.