Not bad, check spelling
For your first serious animation project, I'm impressed. Make sure you create storyboards to fine-tune the angles and camera movement before you animate, but a job well done. Also, spell "fighter" correctly next time.
Nice effects and some sweet action, but if the only part of your "story" is conveyed through the korean text, it fails in that respect. People fighting with amazing super powers? Sweet. Random fades to noise and epic words like 'eternal' and 'revenge'? Okay... My suggestions are to work on timing and movement of characters throughout the screen. It was epic and all, but confusing and too fast. None of it conveyed your "story", but it was well animated. Keep working.
Those words stand for the characters "Elements"
Blender is sweet...
This is okay. basic movements and dimension changing, but it would pay to hone those modelling skills. Then you will be able to animate anything! And nicely done for it being the first day of trying it out.
I really didn go through the modeling part im still trying to get the basics...The thing that catcht my eye was the basic skeleton thingy when you model your human/animal...
If you can think of any ways to do other power tools I would love to see some more complex Rube Goldbergness. Made me laugh
One of the better pieces on NG...
But the biggest downfall was the subtitles. Occasional bad grammar and misspelling can be easily avoided, but it seemed there were no efforts spared here. I would've also liked to see the color of the font change to differentiate which characters were talking, just to avoid confusion. The sound was excellent, I give that 9/10. Animation was also well done, although the dragons flying was the worst part. That flashback also seemed lengthy and had little to do with the main plot of the episode alone. Otherwise, well done, and keep it up.
wrap my head around the ending, but a bit of high kudos for the interesting teleportation with Slytherin.
Not bad in regards to the sprite animation, but is as soon as I saw "srsly," it turned me right off. The internet is not an excuse for terrible grammar.
I'm sorry... I didn't realize writing "srsly" would turn anyone off... I usually write "prolly" and srsly just because it's easier... I can't spell well :(
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