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Not bad if you're a relatively new animator!
Here's a few tips to help you improve:
1) When animating speech try and sync the character's movements with what they say and don't feel that you have to have move them every frame (I have made this mistake alot myself)
2) The camera seemed to be jogged alot unintentionally. Try blue tacking it down or purchasing a remote or compatible frame capturing software.
3) The music seemed really out of place for some reason.
Now for some positives! Some really nice set design and liked some of the camera movement. With some practise you could become really good
thanks a ton ill try to do that in my next film
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