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Please do not double post on your own release thread to ask for reviews no less than an hour and three minutes after posting it. People will comment when they're good and ready.
It was a bit silly, and the animation could use a lot of work. I would like to say something good about it, but for now I'd say just practice and keep improving. And if needs be, take longer on a film!
Onion rates this: E-
Hmm. I do think it's ok. It was silly ,but you'll get better. If I were you, I'd hold off on the comedy films until you get better at animating.
In the meantime, try to move your minifigs or what have you at smaller increments, thus creating smoother looking animation. Try to do some tests and post them in the WIP section.
How clever of you to *bump* it.(*sarcasm)
Lots of obvious light flicker, animation was questionable, so... 2.5/5
more people than me do it now comment on the film
Just because other people do it doesn't make it okay.
I didn't really have idea what was going on. And as Eddie said, try to make the animation smoother, in every picture make just a little movement. 1.5/5
And that other people say BUMP doesn't mean you should, so please don't do that - we're just trying to give you suggestions and you should take them if you wanna be better.
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