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Dim - The taunts at the start were nice, feet were a bit slidy for me though. The first step for Orton was pretty fidgety and odd to me, I also felt Punks turn was quite slidy. Like the smoothness of the kicks motion though actually. I felt Punks reaction was a bit delayed and the oversell was lacking in quite a few frames. Not your best effort.
Jairo - Not your best man, I liked the start of the build up to the animation, it was smooth and had a nice flow. The string/tape was pretty annoying though. A pretty good edit would have helped. I also felt Evans reaction was pretty stiff which is unlike you. Arms and Legs seemed not to change position.
This is pretty tough as both are below par for you, but I will VOTE JAIRO just because his was smoother than Dims and he put more effort into the animation.
Post by Scottanized on Dec 21, 2013 12:24:50 GMT -5
Dinkleburg: Punk was pretty stiff. Didn't like how his knees were bent. The kick was incredible floaty and Punks reaction was way later than when "Otton" hit the ground. Would have been better if it went on simuntaneouly, although I understand thats harder to make. Jay Double Arrow: Really like this. The bend into the run looked great. The kick was incredible as was the reaction. Really great job here. Bourne's reaction was great although the string across the ring caused a little annoyance. Winner is easily: Jay Dub. I honestly thought it was brilliant.
Dimburuk: Well.. that was weird, animation had an alright flow, the bicycle jump thing by Orton was slow, Punk too was slow during the build-up and could've had a bit more quick movement, however Punk spinning was too fast, so finding the perfect balance between two is essential, had a good amount of pics, joint movement was pretty good, Punk could've used some during the flip and Orton could use more through-out, impact was severely lacking, could've used a rope bounce and a little bounce by Punk, reaction too was severely lacking he just landed and moved in around 3 frames then done, quality was really sh*tty, didn't see string but the blur was a bit annoying.
Jairo: The animation had a good flow through-out with a nice amount of pictures, good smoothness like in most of your animations, joints were moved pretty nicely but Cesaro lacked movement during the actual kick part, he just put up his boot and went through with the jump, I did like Bourne's little movements in preparation for the kick though, impact was lacking here, a rope bounce or Bourne landing on his head harder would've been more realistic, reaction wasn't very realistic either, I hate that JWS style of weird floating, the parts after that were good, lighting was good but I saw some tape and string.
Dim: Nice stuff. It had a smooth start, but the jump looked too sudden and he almost flew. The actual kick build-up looked odd. He just stood in the same spot floating. The first leg looked alright, but the second was quite odd. I don't know how to explain it. The reaction was creative, but lacked pictures and, in my mind, was delayed by almost a second too much. Couldn't see any string or shadows, though. Punk looked stiff, throughout. It was an alright animation, but felt rushed.
Jairo: Great stuff! It was very smooth throughout. It looked a little more like a boot to be honest, but looking closely you can barely see the bicycle. The string and tape were quite distracting, and the shadows were noticeable. Cesaro looked stiff near the end, but the reaction and impact was very good. Great stuff.