well, I don't think I can give you any points for entertainment or originality, and... well... that's more then all you did... It looks like you just took someone else's video, and animated a puppet over it, using them as a model. My advice, concentrate on the basics, they will give your work a genuine LezzardMick look, as opposed to a generic cobbled together one, even a stick animation speaks to the effort the artist puts into their work, also, work on what you want, but be sure to add your touch as much as you can, interesting stories, background silliness, all of those things can be used to turn even the most generic reprint into an entertaining, and original piece on your part, if used correctly.
Also, don't ask for mercy in your description unless you wish not to be shown any, it's an earmark used to identify portal spammers, and works that the artist knows should not have been submitted, so people will be more likely to cram you into one of these groups, or another equally unfavorable one.
Thanks for taking the time to review my work man.
I shot the video in the background and used tracking software to match the camera movement in the 3d scene.
I agree with a lot of what you say. Right now I am focusing on the fundamentals of animation. Instead of doing boring exercises I'm using audio samples to make animated shorts. It's pretty common practice in 3d to animate short audio clips as practice.
I do intend to write original content and collaborate with others but right now I'm just learning and focusing solely on 3d character animation.
This actually made me laugh so hard.
Nice, i've seen this guy on youtube and hes very funny.
That is actually hilarious.
Looks like he mad bro...