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stroggtank
08-06-2009, 07:23 AM
Ok, this is not a work of mine but my sisters.

She won Best Guanajuato Shortfilm in the "Expresion en Corto Film Festival 2009" in Guanajuato, Mexico, one of the most omportant film festivals in my country.http://forums.3dtotal.com/images/smilies/dance.gif

I must say Im very proud of her work and the love she put through two weeks in this small project...

enjoy! critiques:... i will let her know http://forums.3dtotal.com/images/smilies/wink.gif
If anyone needs an audio translation let me know, right now im falling asleep http://forums.3dtotal.com/images/smilies/tongue.gif
cheers!

Plot:
Regina is an unhappy puppet who dreams about reaching happiness and liberty.

Watch Here: ---> http://vimeo.com/5967295

doffer
08-06-2009, 09:56 AM
I didn't understand the narration, so I'm not quite sure where she fell to.

Animation wise, it was a bit stiff, but two weeks is really not much time.
The thing that threw me off the most though, was the eye/head animation. It was all over the place, the head rotated with little connection to the body, and the eyes rotated and blinked a bit franticly.
In generelt, I think the entire body should be considered when ever something is moving, so it doesn't become disconnected bodyparts but a whole.

But again, two weeks is extremely little time, so with that in mind, I think it was a lovely little film. Would be cool, if she developed another film, with a more workable deadline. Stop motion films are alway interesting :)

Hope I wasn't too harsh.

Cheers, and congrats on the prize :)

stroggtank
08-07-2009, 04:22 AM
I didn't understand the narration, so I'm not quite sure where she fell to.

Animation wise, it was a bit stiff, but two weeks is really not much time.
The thing that threw me off the most though, was the eye/head animation. It was all over the place, the head rotated with little connection to the body, and the eyes rotated and blinked a bit franticly.
In generelt, I think the entire body should be considered when ever something is moving, so it doesn't become disconnected bodyparts but a whole.

But again, two weeks is extremely little time, so with that in mind, I think it was a lovely little film. Would be cool, if she developed another film, with a more workable deadline. Stop motion films are alway interesting :)

Hope I wasn't too harsh.

Cheers, and congrats on the prize :)

Thanks! no harm done, this is her first work and a little of professional feedback and critiques from this forum is more than welcome, she really was beggin for some response other than friends, family and the jury from the fest, every comment counts.

Thanks! ill let her know the comment ;)

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