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That was really cool, good job. The sound effects were good and the action was amusing. The only negative thing for me was how much the horizontal lines on the slope stood out. I realize this was to make it look like it was made with Lego slope pieces, but it was a bit distracting. It would have looked better, in my opinion, if you had made the sloped bricks overlap each others' gaps and making the lines less noticeable. Overall, it was very enjoyable. 4/5
Interestingly, the slopes were scaled down by 1 pixel. Under certain lighting and resolution, it was barely noticeable. But yes, that was the goal, to emphasize that it's plastic bricks the penguin is on.
Nice job, Lech! I think as a whole, the beginning of the video was a bit too long and drawn out. Doesn't mean I didn't enjoy watching it though. Perhaps this could be remedied by having a bit more going on or happening to the penguin as he skies (perhaps he does more tricks that keeps the viewer's attention better). I really liked the ending! That shot just looked really nice and your animation was done really well! I was quite impressed with that shot, it just looked so wonderful.
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