Rob’s follow through on the arms of Norman is lacking so the character feels more stiff and less loose than the reference. Still the arcing motion on the arms don’t swing in straight line but curve like a pendulum. Something about the shoulders and the clavicle does not look right, due to it rotating forward and back to much. The leaning of Norman could be pushed more to create a creepier look or a laid back look to it. The small amount of squash and stretch in the whole body helps show that he is leaning back causing him to bop up and down more. The hip rotation is great, but since there is no chest rotation to go with it, the hips look awkward or out of place. The legs and feet look great and I wouldn’t change anything with them. Overall the animation is great, just some small things could be tweaked to give it a smoother look.
I was thinking of doing a documentary on how wood molding is made. So how it goes from 16 ft long planks to a piece of molding, that is high quality. Everyone has molding in there house, but does anyone now how it is made. Since my dad works at a molding workshop, I was going to video and ask him and his boss what is the process to create molding. I was going to video the machines running, talk about how they work and what they are doing to the wood. That will be the action them running the machines. Show all different types of wood molding that can be made. This job is a physical demanding job so I will try to show that as well.