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Video backround: A Youtube friend sent me an impersonation of Quenten Tarrantino ranting about coffee from Pulp Fiction, I thought it would be fun to put animation to it
This is nostalgic of some of the older school parodies and reduxes on NG from years back. It's refreshing to see someone taking up the hobby again as a resource for practice and promotion. There's still a lot of untouched material around out there, so I (for one) look forward to your next...
The general art quality seems primitive, a little scratchy, but that can be a style question more than an actual quality issue. It adds a certain excitation to the scene without imparting a lot of unnecessary motion (like waving hands around or over-using post process FX) so you seem focused on stylizing and advancing your animation. I applaud and hope to watch that progress...
You keep it on model (so this guy doesn't mutate weirdly as the piece plays out) and the animation is fluid, which tells me you're of the skill to pick and choose your style to some degree, and this is what you decided drove the intent home. I like this (and I'm pointing it out) because I think it's going for that same kind of "gritty" attitude Tarantino tries to keep in his films. Again, good work.
Where to improve? Somewhere in this (and maybe I need to watch Pulp Fiction again...lolz) it just feels "incomplete"... It might be my impression of the coffee rant, but I feel like there was a little more to the finish before he actually quieted down... Maybe it only feels that way as I watched this because it seems kind of "cut off" the way the view cuts from "tarantino" to the table full of onlookers... So you might consider some experimentation in the segway between the rant and the finish/close... I don't know... It just seems like you might be well advised to sit down and try an edit to the script for a "punctuation" to make a proper parody of the scene...
the entire caste of characters were expressive, and seemed to hold motivations. They didn't come across as "mannequins" standing in for atmosphere, and that's always nicer than just immobile hulks glaring...
Over all, you're up and running a good start. Don't forget to breathe, relax, and keep on keeping on... :o)
Adequate. Animation is primitive but spirited. Shows potential. Reminds me of some of the stuff on old Newgrounds. I hope you can learn and improve in the future.
It could be louder, but nice animation
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