The animations provided by the community will be very useful.
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No problem with the voice, no problem at all, I think it just goes well with the character 😉 not considering the audio mix is way to be completely done, it is at an initial stage, just as an animator reference, as a guide.
Very nice animation, team, I vote for a populated market too.
Consider, if you play with fast camera movements and smart angles you do not really need to animate a lot the extra characters, they can just stand where they are for a fraction of time or move an arm, make a step and so on. Good job so far! 🙂
…yeesh, everyone’s a critic!
Great voice, great progress, I can hardly wait to see the finished article 🙂
Team Durian’s all looking rather pressurized, though.
Breathe deeply, guys, and try to not worry too much about finishing the movie.
Right, now get on and finish the movie! 😉
Very intresting to see how a scene evolves and how it affects everything in the scene. I just got one little thing I need to ask you about, the chicken in the scene is it a remodeled version my dead chicken