Epic Fight

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Thanks for all the comment guys, really encouraging
I also upload musicless version in Youtube, some prefer without it strangely : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G0iUqIP8Fvo
Music credit :
Urban Gauntlet Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
Industrial Cinematic Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
Hit the Streets v2 Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)


Wow, for the first animation you've uploaded on the site this looks fantastic! Pretty much everything was flawless, the background music was chosen pretty well, the movements/kicks and punches are animated nicely and the length of the entire thing makes it even more amazing, too.

So most of the animation was great, but the only thing that you could probably improve in the future would be making it more "fancy", by like adding more background details, maybe also different types of attacking ( like for exemple having them in the bar and throwing barrels at each other or smashing bottles on each other individuals head ) and maybe also more colors, but that's not necessarym it's OK if it has like a sketch pencil drawing style or somethin' like that.

h-hakim responds:

hmm, thanks. I actualy feel unconfidence with this. Since my self see so many flaw in it. Like so rugged line n all. But im too tired to fix it. Its tooks months to finish it.

The trade of blows, the constant moving lines, and the switching from stylized 2d to a 2.5d fleshed out style made this one of the greatest animated battles I've seen in years. Amazing work!

by far the greatest fight scene of all time, i swear i have never seen anything better than this EPIC FIGHT!!!

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This art Reaaaally needs my Five stars.
As the title says, it was E.P.I.C!
I had never seen so many variations in a fight scene.
The movements seem extremely accurate.
It seems that you are very good in this domain, or at least, really well documented. Weeeeeell done!!

Two small details disappointed me in this animation;
First, as Beategaron said, the outcome was rather predictable, and the characters were fairly characterized (good / bad guy)... A little bit too stereotyped or Manichaean IMO.
Second, and it's quite subjective as notice ; I regret that the winner used a booster to defeat. In France we have a proverb that says: "By fighting without difficulty, we end up winning without glory." ;-)
Here are the two trifles that I wanted to relate.

In conclusion I can say that unlike the winner of the fight ;-p you deserve quite the honors that are made to you as an animator!

Thanks for sharing your art, and keep up the good work!

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h-hakim responds:

Wow, ty. This deserve my respond.
First, about the small guy predictably winning the fight, i cant help it. Since his always been my hero, his char from comic i made long ago.
Second, i made him use booster, becos theres no way he can win without it. Since his old n small compare to his brute enemy. He need something to survive, not to win.
Theres no rule in real fight anyway. Well thats my reason, hope its fine for u. Thanks

This vid has nice characters and effective movement. Probably the highlight is the way the fighting is portrayed--the fighters get tired, land awkward hits, and use their whole bodies in their battle. If there's one thing that could've been altered slightly, perhaps do not make it so clear that the little guy is the one the viewer should be rooting for--all the close-ups on the bearded fighter made it obvious that he was the 'hero' (even though in the absence of a larger story we can't know for sure). Perhaps give both characters equal focus to give the fight some ambiguity and allow the viewer to choose who to root for. That thought aside, great work!

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4.41 / 5.00

Jun 2, 2017
4:05 AM EDT
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