I like your story. Spider-Man is my favourite Marvel superhero butI don't follow the comics. I guess I have to study who the characters are in my spare time.
The animation was good, but the fight scene was lacking something. When the characters punched each other, the "puncher" was pivoting on one foot. It's best to have "anticipation" before action, that's like pulling a punch before releasing it. Maybe we didn't see it because it was cut, or it just didn't happen.
Anticipation: "This movement prepares the audience for a major action the character is about to perform, such as, starting to run, jump or change expression. A dancer does not just leap off the floor. A backwards motion occurs before the forward action is executed. The backward motion is the anticipation. A comic effect can be done by not using anticipation after a series of gags that used anticipation. Almost all real action has major or minor anticipation such as a pitcher's wind-up or a golfers' back swing. Feature animation is often less broad than short animation unless a scene requires it to develop a characters person"
Also, the characters didn't lean in much when they were punching. Let's take kicking a ball off the ground for example, kicking a ball is more than lifting one leg, it is the entire body working together at the same time. When the leg kicks the ball, the body lean backwards (sometimes forwards) but never stays upright.
Good luck and have fun animating for future projects, I look forward to Spider-Verse.
Well looks like I am never getting casted for voice acting again. Or ever voice acting on my own videos.
I have the admit, the voice acting wasn't very good. But hey, don't be a pessimist. Keep you head up and always say "I will do better". Your voice doesn't sound like it's talking but more like was breathing into the mic in order to do a deeper voice. I could be your microphone's problem but it's best not to blame you tools. The pitch is also quite high so I suggest taking a break from voice acting if you feel like it, but don't quit.
As your age grows, your voices naturally deepens, that's why a toddler's voice sounds very different to an adult's. To be honest, I have done a bit of acting for my school's film festival a few years back (I've now graduated from the school), and my voice does not sound like it fits the role. Thinking back to it now, I could possibly to do the role better but still not be satisfied, maybe in the future, I can do it better. What I'm trying to get across is that it may take some time for you to get the voice you want to achieve, you may not notice it now but when you grow older, you look back at yourself and think "Wow, my voice sounded so different!".
Youtubemy dad doesn't want me to brickfilm on because it's his computer, but he's not home right now at the moment.