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Apr 27, 2015 | 11:42 PM EDT

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A very short cartoon about health problems that may be obscure, but should be taken seriously, nonetheless.
I wanted to try something like Salad Fingers. Made with Adobe After Effects, and Illustrator.



Rated 0 / 5 stars

It's one thing to take inspiration from someone else's videos that you like or respect but this is a blatant rip off David Firth's material.


Rated 0.5 / 5 stars

This is an uninventive copy of Health Reminder, but the biggest problem is it's poorly written. Was it at least fun to make? I feel like if you focused and tried harder that you could make something worthwhile.

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Rated 4 / 5 stars

I love the trippy animation style and that everything morphs so heavily, nice work!

TimStotz responds:

Thank you!


Rated 4 / 5 stars

I enjoyed it, but it seems very close in concept and design to David Firth's "Health Reminder" series.

TimStotz responds:

I definitely meant it to be "in the style of". It is very close.


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

I rather enjoyed the line "the ass weasels are manageable with diet."

I'm not personally a huge fan of the aesthetic, particularly the boiling hold on the background lines, but I thought most of the character movements looked okay. Try using the motion graph in After Effects to ease the tweens/keys a little more. Also, I noticed the head squirrels were showing a bit under his head as they appeared, you could probably fix that with a mask.

Overall I like it, I'd just recommend a little more fine-tuning.

TimStotz responds:

This is the firs time I tried the boiling aesthetic. I'm not sure if it's for me, but it added to the unease for things. I used a mask for the squirrels, but it didn't go down far enough. When I noticed it, it sort of added to the chaos, but I could see going in and tweaking. I used ease's on the keyframes, but I do need to get more handy with the graph. They changed it up and it makes a bit more sense. All things for future projects. Thanks for the feedback.