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That was not the best. The voice acting was poorly done, the titles were way too long, and the story was confusing. But there were some decent parts, like the animation it was not great, but it was fairly good, and the way you presented the opening was fairly good as well. In our opinion this was a 2/5, but please don't take it the wrong way, you show a lot of potential, and you are probably better than us by most peoples standards. Ooo, also try to work on your cinematography.
Thanks for the comment. Here are the replies from it.
The voice acting wasnt done by me but then again i did choose it.
The titles were made longer incase people are slow readers.
I do agree about the story. I need to focus on my scripting etc.
It was my first use of 15 FPS in a film, but i have done tests etc.
I will work on my cinematography.
The comment means alot to me because i really want to improve so i want to know everything i can improve on.
So thanks again.
I'm mostly gonna echo Juggernaut, I'm afraid. The narration was nigh impossible to understand and as a result, I had a hard time following the rest of the story. Was it electronically modified to make it lower-pitched? That's a no-no. The titles were indeed too long - almost 1/3 of the film. It looked like you were attempting a decent story, but again, I was unable to follow it. The image quality wasn't bad, but there's room for improvement. It looks like you're on the right track, all in all. Just keep practicing!
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