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I really really liked the set design and animation in this one. Besides a few minor hiccups, all the technical aspects were pulled of really well. However, the humor was kinda lost on me. Overall I liked it, but it would have been much better if the humor was a little more obvious.
As I mentioned in the description, this film was supposed to be about a minute longer. Because of lack of time, the major punchline didn't make it into the movie, which sharply reduced the humor. I suppose you could consider this as less of a comedy, and more of a documentary.
Someday I plan on remaking this as I originally planned it. It should be much funnier then.
Quite a nice film there bluejeans! The camera quality stunned me.
Great job! The set design was great, and I though the Ping Pong table was brilliant! I would have never thought of building it like that, and it looked great!
Also, I like how you put Monster in there! That's one of my favorite songs by Skillet.
Good job. The animation looked really good, The sets were good, the lighting was good. The major problem I thought was the voice acting. The comedy could have been good had the lines been delivered better. Most of the time I couldn't hear what they were saying and they were speaking too fast. I didn't really understand the original idea, but I'm thinking there could have been things to change improving it. So yes, it's a small thing but it matters, so keep working on it. It was really good!
3.5/5 - Enjoyable
@Lucke: as I mentioned elsewhere, this little film was supposed to be a minute or so longer, bit it had to be cut short due to a film festival deadline.
@Splash: I guess the voice acting was rather weak. I'll keep that in mind for my next film.
Thanks for all the comments, everyone. I'll try to fix these problems in my next film.
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