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Jul 10, 2005 | 11:04 AM EDT

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a claymation about two roomates called "bob" and "glob" in their first encounter! please dont be harsh in reviews, because this is my first ever claymation, and i put alot of effort into learning it, making models and sets and props, etc. i hope you enjoy it!

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TommigudTommigud

Rated 5 / 5 stars November 11, 2005

nice cm !

i love claymations and this one kicked ass !
it was really good !
YOU SHOULD DEFANATELY MAKE ANOTHER CLAYMATION !
your very good at making cms...
and nice background too!

all i g2 say is :
MAKE ANOTHER ONE !!!



Sambo5Sambo5

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars November 10, 2005

GREAT !

Everyone says that it would have been funnier without the laughter but i think the laughter was what made it funny . It made it seem like a sitcom and it made the "jokes" alot funnier !
I WANT MORE !



dw817dw817

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars September 24, 2005

Well ..

I'm not really into claymations, I can see you put some serious time into making this. Ahhm, watchable except please lose the canned laughter. Lor' we have to deal with this on real TV today, and NO I don't watch TV =EVER= for this main reason. :D

You frame-rate could be twinged.
I saw that you were repeating images in a set several times such as for the roomie's conversations; that's good compression, and may be a basis for you to make a whole series of animation clips and finally just put them together without having to add too many more claymation scenes in the future until later eps.

Good luck !

David



FlashmasterFlashmaster

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars August 27, 2005

Heh heh.

Hey! this is pretty cool! But please listen to this: You have a great script, awesome characters, (seriousl, I think they're so cool!) HOWEVER, A very important key to making great claymation is SMOOTHNESS. Don't take three pictures to mkae him sit on a chair, try and get it up to at least 7 pictures. This will make your claymation far better. Not many claymationists realize that. I'm serious, it will help with your stop moitions aLOT. ---And also, GREAT job with the props. I have one cartoon on NG, and all you can see is them on a table. I think it's an awesome idea to have a bed, chair, window, and alot of other things in there. That definetly helps. You, Jazza, are a great claymationist, I hope you get big! ---- Thelamp-Flashmaster.



pikapoopikapoo

Rated 3 / 5 stars August 2, 2005

when will you make the next one?!

come on, this would make a good series. the sound need some work though