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Good stuff. For the Cpt. America/bandit fight, the flip felt quite unnatural and just off, if you catch my meaning. The rest of it was good, I really like how you animated the shot/bullet trajectory and the shield throw. The rest of the clips were a little fast, but in particular liked the flower crushing (don't do this in real life, folks), and the wrench throw from one hand to the other.
Thanks for the feedback! I definitely agree that the flip wasn't very natural and I should have taken same extra frames at the end of each one to make it slower and more perceivable.
I think BertL already pointed out the main things. I will say you keep everything in focus and the movement is, for the most part, pretty snappy. I like it. What camera do you use?
Thanks! I use the Canon T6 with it's 18-55mm kit lens. I also have a macro filter on the front of the lens so I can focus closer.
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