The Mechanic (animation)

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  06 June 2004
The Mechanic (animation)

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  06 June 2004
That was pretty good, a fairly intersting concept. There were quite a few weak points though:

* The camera motions in the beginning with the titles where choppy. You need to ease in and out of those motions to get rid of the little hitches.
* The music wasn't very good. It was ok in parts but since it is such a reconisable song that has absolutly nothing to do with driving it kinda clashes.

* More AA would have smoothed out the car seams a bit.
* There was a loss of continuity there, why wasn't there any clunking as he was driving all crazy?

A funny concept. Keep up the good work!
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  06 June 2004
Thanks for your constructive comments. They are much appreciated.

It's actually an assignment and I couldn't get higher quality renders to be rendered on time so I have to stick to a lower quality render.

I'll take note and I'm already planning for another animation. This one won't be that cartoonish
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  01 January 2006
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