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Jan 25, 2012 | 5:17 PM EST

Author Comments

This was some credits I put together for a communications technologies course at school. The animation was one about bullying, titled Invisible. There was some complications last minute, and the animation wasn't really completed in it's entirety, and I'm not that proud of how it turned out, so that is why I'm only uploading the credits, because I like how they turned out. This will probably be blamed, but I would like some recognition for my work.

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UniversalEdgeUniversalEdge

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars January 25, 2012

Nice Credits

I see no real problem with the artwork itself, but the animation has a couple of small issues. The first is that I find the frame rate of the animation to be a bit low, and it makes the entire roll seem choppy. Try raising the frame rate from 12 to 20, or even to 30 if you add more transition frames. The second is that there's a bit of overlap in the producers' names when they're zoomed in upon. If it's intentional, leave it, but otherwise, try to make sure that the spacing stays the same when you're zooming in.

Other than that, there's a lack of credits music, which makes the typography less interesting to watch. Sound can do wonders in capturing interest.


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boyhboyh

Rated 4 / 5 stars January 25, 2012

Interesting

Quite well done, good to look at. I did not understand right away how the job titles were connected to the names - especially with Reyaud Mohamed since the view drives away from his name rather than along it.
There is a typo - "Speical Thanks".


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ERTONGERTONG

Rated 3 / 5 stars January 25, 2012

It's credits! and strangely... i like them

Well, i don't know if this is going to the Blam list but one thing I'm sure about it is that, although i didn't really understand it, I actually liked the way the credits roll, yet they made me a little dizzy. I would like to see the movie you made, doesn't matter if it's incomplete. In your own words, i like how the credits turned out. Keep trying!


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jtpup0jtpup0

Rated 4 / 5 stars January 25, 2012

hmm..

Needs some poppy jazz music and more fluent animation... BUT LOOKS AWESOME!!! good job