Detective Tiger/First Lip Sync

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  12 December 2004
Detective Tiger/First Lip Sync

hello all.

trying to put together a solid reel. just finished this one, let me know what you think.

HERE!

thanks,
Raoul
 
  12 December 2004
well, ill post an image then...




thumbs up or thumbs down? does it need to be reworked?
 
  12 December 2004
Needs more squash and stretch on such a cartooney and abstract character design. Portions of the face should not be allowed just to sit there frozen. Mouth shapes need a lot of work... take them almost too far. Eyebrows also need a lot more latitude to move around. I like the character design though (except the rat tail). And you picked a really nice bit of audio to practice with.
-henningk
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  12 December 2004
henningk i enjoy your work and i will definatly work with what you gave me. i can adjust the brows, the mouth shapes i can push them a bit more but i guess because of the limitations i gave myself with the blend shapes i cant push em that much. ill consider reworking them for future animations. the way i designed the character was for realistic movements which i guess wasnt such a good idea, i dont have much room for squash and strech. thanks a whole bunch.

raoul.
 
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