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Sep 14, 2003 | 2:20 AM EDT

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A claymation zombie movie...Very original, its worth the wait so watch it! The chemical reaction part was voiced by mappytheklown.

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joker-619joker-619

Rated 5 / 5 stars

good

but if you make a secound wouldn't you have to continue because those other guys would be infected now too



DymatrexDymatrex

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Hey, not bad!

The sound is off halfway into the movie, though.


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HardJudgeHardJudge

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

This gets 5

Wasn't too bad, instead it was great! instead of saying to be continued you should say End or some shit like that. But this was good, the only problem was the video or whatever was a little fuzzy like blocky or something.


ColinMatthews responds:

i had to compress and its not the end, im gonna make a number two but its not gonna be connected with this one , its gonna be a different zombie, i might even make one with like 10 zombies =D


Hawker23Hawker23

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Not too bad at all

The camera seems to be a little bit better controlled, as well as the lighting. Once again though, for the lenth and quality of the picture your compression was very good.

As for what I was saying in my review of "The Dirty Face" You don't have to buy plastic models, you can use a good basic wire frame from spare copper wiring (a fairly thick gauge) to support the main body and help keep poses. Pipe cleaners may also do the trick (to a lesser amount of course) That should also help when your making complicated or large structures.

Obvisouly if you keep the clay in the fridge or (for a short period of time) the freezer that will prevent any 'melting' of the characters (although I didn't notice anything like that)

Great work all around.



AntiGravityAntiGravity

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Neat.

That was really good. Youre doing very well in your calymations. Excellent work. Keep it up!