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Bedros
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Thanks a lot for sharing, was a pleasure to watch , wish you the best with your “becoming Robert Zemeckis” journey ;)

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patrickjansen
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nice! You may want to consider “slowmotion” where ‘effect’ scenes are used. The trembling of the arms is either too much or too little. Maybe use a short time-span expanded for slomo effect or make the ‘spasms’ more extreme in realtime?

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TanyDi
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I like the video :-) Great work !!!

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NeuronFX
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Thanks for your feedback guys! I really appreciate your support! :)

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NeuronFX
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nice! You may want to consider “slowmotion” where ‘effect’ scenes are used. The trembling of the arms is either too much or too little. Maybe use a short time-span expanded for slomo effect or make the ‘spasms’ more extreme in realtime?

That’s a good idea :) I have some slow motion scenes planned for the short film… I think it makes it much more effective…

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