That's gorgeous. You did it with someone else? What exactly did you do? Just the animation? Did you do it from scratch?
the feet are difficult to see, if you're looking for feedback on the animation might be better to show it without the hair, and from a 3/4 or side angle. from what's visible looks like it's coming along very nicely.
Some good stuff, Brad! I would ditch that last shot of the guy jumping over the pit. It's easily your weakest piece, and leaves a bad taste in the viewers mouth at the end of your reel. It s just not as well polished as your other stuff. If you put up a syncsketch for it, id be happy to crit it more in depth.
really nice stuff. The big cat animations look really nice, so is the werewolf transformation. I think the head could look less down during "have you seen the rest of my body?" since it hides the meaty part of the acting for that shot. easiest thing to do is drop a different material, or full texture, for the eyes so it pops out from the head and rely on the eyes instead of whole head to convey the sadness. another way is put the looking down action between the talking bits. He chuckles, scans down, then looks back up and says "have you seen..." The head could use a warmer material to go a little further, without spending huge amount of time tuning the textures and shaders.
I've been working on this shot, my first attempt at a creature fight scene, there's some obvious timing and weight issues, but I just wanted some feedback or input from someone other than my own judgements . I've added a sync sketch in the original post.
Looking nice! Few spots that stood out to me. @ ~74, the torso is a little more forward than your pose, that should help with the back leg locking to full extension trying to reach landing. play around with some compression in the torso translates, could help sell the landing more as well. The other one is the scapula "bump" comes from the shoulder bearing the weight of the torso, not from one front leg crossing over the planted front leg. In other words the "bump" is on the planted side, not on the lifted side; compare your poses with the ref at 81~83; 114~117. From 233~236 I think the front legs landing too far forward is forcing you to overextend the rear legs on the push off, pull them back about 1.5 paw's length. lastly the scapula bump at 260~262