For this week's exercise, I chose the previous product to iterate. In this connection, I added the human form of the character in the tea room. The small movement of dozing off and shaking his head expresses the character's leisurely state of mind. Most of the time the character is still, shaking his head only after falling asleep. I think that the state of stillness needs to be expressed through small movements, because only when the state of “stillness” is sufficiently obvious can you observe the “action”. It's like we often use the sound of insects to express a quiet outdoor environment in film and television, because it is quiet enough that you can hear faint sounds.