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It's here! The exciting conclusion of "Over There". It's the claymation event of the week!
your skills at clay animation are superb, as the former member stated, you should use your talent in a starwars animation, it would be very VERY good I think. You got the knack.
This is a really good series.
How the heck did you get that plane to fly? That almost looked nearly realistic! I liked it, but a lot of the funny bits, were just, not funny. This series is really good, i'd recommend it. Maybe, knowing how to do vehicles-in-flight, you could do a Star Wars type thing. Or maybe a serious claymation based around a plane crash or... ok, there are loads of things you can do. The drum-gag in Segment 3, wasn't called for. Aside from the negative parts, this claymation is really good. I would like to see what happened after the creators came back though.
That was one good film, that was, mates! You should be very proud of yourselves. And there was I thinking that Knox was the Transatlantic equivalent to Nick Park. Anyway, very well done!
Simple But Amusing!
You really do have a lot of spare time don't you? Love your animations!
Keep 'em coming!
None actually. I work 8-5 then I come home and work on animation and music until about 1am. I sure wish I could quite my day job!
0-10 scales aren't nearly enough.
I totally forgot about this series until now. I can't imagine the amount of time it took to animate the whole thing! You guys should really try to market this. Fantastic work!
Featuring Epic Voice Guy
A big head dog auditions to be the mascot of some commercials.
Detective Nwar flashes back to his days as a police officer.
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