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Comedy animation series: Freaks of Nature. Feedback please!

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Comedy animation series: Freaks of Nature. Feedback please!

Postby TomFreak » Thu Sep 19, 2013 1:00 pm

Hi,

This is the first episode of an animation my friend and I have been working on.

We'd be really keen to get your feedback, and any suggestions you have.

http://vimeo.com/74887362
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Re: Comedy animation series: Freaks of Nature. Feedback plea

Postby Charles » Fri Sep 20, 2013 3:19 pm

Howdy TomFreak.

Enjoyed your video very much. Simple style and funny dialogue had me trying to figure what this was about. Good job and thanks for posting! Here's the embedded video...

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Re: Comedy animation series: Freaks of Nature. Feedback plea

Postby TomFreak » Sun Sep 22, 2013 7:08 am

Thanks for embedding it for me! I'll take a better look at the embed guide next time.

Thanks for the response too. I think the pacing is too fast that makes it hard to catch what's going on, on a first viewing.

We recorded the vocals first and then animated to match it.

How do you record the vocals? Actors talking too fast on a single track has meant that the whole thing rushes through.

Could a) get the actors to slow it down
b) cut up the track and move the speech segments along the timeline to where we want to create the desired pacing?

Would be great to see any stuff of yours if you have any links.
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