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Old 10 October 2008   #1
The Sneeze Animation Test

Here is my work in progress animation test; take a look and tell me what you think. Any thoughts or feedback are welcome

http://www.avneriginal.com/blog/200...more-polishing/

Cheers,
Av
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Old 10 October 2008   #2
it looks good! the first time i watched it it took a second to realize that he was sneezing.. maybe you could spend some extra frames winding up to it? i think it would also be funny if after the guy gets soaked by the other guys sneeze, he takes a beat to realize what happened, and slowly builds up to that anger. hope that helps..
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Old 11 November 2008   #3
HI!

I want to start with "God job! I like it"

Some comments..
Between frames 40-45 the left elbow (who is grab the handle) of the orange-character have a flickering, maybe the splines have an ancorrect curvature or mistake linke this..

On the frame 0277 the right hand of orange-character go through the handle.. _.. and in the 0372 the head do the same things (for the head I'm not sure, I can't see well...)

In the 0429 maybe the left-hand is too much open, but this is my taste-choise..


I think that's all Bye
 
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