Don Bluth's critique this week really hit home with me. There's no feeling or emotion, not in the drawing itself, but behind the drawing. He's been talking about this for a little while now between the man vs art podcast and his last two seminars. He said he's gonna keep shouting it until someone hears. I for one am going to open my ears as wide as they can go to hopefully try and grasp what he wants. A couple of his questions he wants us all to ask ourselves is did you push it till it becomes obvious what you feel? Can you draw a character that represents emotion? Can you animate a character that makes people think it's alive and thinking? And in the words of the illusive Mark Rudolph ... Think about it.