Mighty Wanderer wrote:
Animation was a bit choppy, but in most places it wasn't too bad. I would also suggest raising your framerate. There was some light flicker, but it, too, was not that bad. Personally, I think it would have looked better if you had not done the mouth animation, it looked a bit pixelated.
There were a couple shots that were not quite in focus, you'll want to watch out for that.
I really liked the little shrug from the spectator when he was talking about being raised. Great little addition.
Hi. As I said earlier, since I completed this early last month, I have upped my frame-rate to 12fps. About the mouth movements, since my first brickfilm I've animated the mouthes. Many people have said they like it, especially in my earlier films, but as I gradually started to raise my frame-rate, the mouth movements became questionable, especially in Lego Frozen - For the First Time in Forever. After that, I've simplified the quality of the mouth movements to make it look more consistent, but as you said, it does look a bit pixelated. I'm still struggling to find the best way to animate mouthes.
I'm glad you like the spectator's shrug face. He is supposed to look like that, because he's Judas.
This was a great video which I enjoyed a lot, the choppiness didn't bother me as the story had already got me at that point. I was entertained throughout the film and really enjoyed the calm atmosphere that the film takes.
Good job, William.
Thank you so much. I'm glad you enjoyed it
I am pleased with all the positive comments. It came out much better than I though it would.
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