ooo, didn't notice people had replied to this.
I think Jeff and Christy is my favourite, even though it was your first film? And disaster at the gym was cute
Hehe, Jeff and Christy was probably the most fun to work on too actually, thanks
I've just watched the Jack and Jill one, which was very nice. The bit were Jack is pulled from the bench had a really nice sense of contact and weight to it. If I were to be picky, I'd say that I might have chosen different textures (less shiny ones) for the puppets, and that occasionally their weight doesn't lean forward properly before their walk cycles begin (although that's not so bad because they are puppets, after all). I might have added sections to the animation where the puppets were whisked up out of/sideways from the shot when they are changing locations. The dissonant break between the naturalistic movement and their status as puppets would have been nicely enforced. Pickiness aside, it's a nice bit of work!
If those are the worst things you can pick at it with then I think I have done well! I am not really all that happy with it to be honest. I got a really good mark for it, but meh.
Suppose I can't expect too, too much from my first ever 3D animation with a narrative (second one I did overall). My tutors said I did something too complex. I actually ran out of time on this, there's a good few shots missing. Infact I storyboarded to include the shot you just suggested with them being whisked up into the air by the puppetmaster, but alas, deadlines.
Oh well, thanks for the compliments all the same!