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EDIT: Daily first, and the front page, thanks guys!
I do believe that this movie will become quite the reality in the not-so-distant future.
Nice humor and cool music track in the background. Looks like you might've tried to sync the video with the music in the first part but it fell apart afterwards? (If you weren't worried about syncing the music then disregard that!) I thought it was funny and had some good humor, especially his big smile near the end. I found myself laughing.
I give this a 7/10 and 4/5.
PS - I thought the title was Raptor Burglars when I first clicked on it. Imagine my confusion!
It's not supposed to be 100% sync'd, but certain parts are meant to reflect the beat.
All that for burgers?
I liked the smooth animation style, and the great music! The process of growing the baby raptor was shown in proffesional quality. The timing was perfect! I loved it when the raptor emerges dramticly... then gets thrown on the stove and chopped up! :D All that for burgers? lol. I would imagine that raptor burgers would taste a bit rubbery, since Iv'e eaten gators before in cuba!
Great film! :)
what ... the ... HELL!
I mean, great animation, but what's going on with the history? xD!
That was soooo weird. :)
Very cool! You've got a lot of style, and I must admit that I'm partial to pretty much anything with raptors in it.
I can only give you a couple pieces of advice. The first of which is that you should work on your hands a bit more. Everything else has kind of an angular, hyperstylized feel to it, whereas the hands have like... Mickey Mouse gloves or something like that on them. Keep with the style. A great piece of advice I was given was that when people look at your animation, one of the biggest things they're going to judge you by is the faces and the hands. The faces, while nothing special, are fine. The hands could use a little bit of work however. I'm not saying they need to be completely realistic, but something more angular would probably fit the bill.
My second piece of advice would be to add in a little more FBF. This would come in handy, particularly when something is changing direction. Just flipping the symbol is unimpressive and distracting. Adding in a couple of frames would really help even things out and make the animation a bit less choppy.
But besides that, stylistically, your piece is awesome, your choice of music fits perfectly and the plot is twisted and funny. Very entertaining!
I see, I see.
this is pretty awsome.
Context? Context is for casuals.
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