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Oct 22, 2005 | 2:34 AM EDT
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Author Comments

THANK YOU
for front page and clay section

A short claymation made just for halloween. It took a little over 2 weeks for only 1:29, but I tried to step it up a notch in quality.

Please enjoy, and happy halloween

Reviews


dj-dayzdj-dayz

Rated 5 / 5 stars October 23, 2005

WOAAAHH!!!

that is the most amazing clay transformation i have ever seen!
*thumbs up*



NoComicsComicsNoComicsComics

Rated 5 / 5 stars October 22, 2005

Another great clip

This is great. Not my absolute favorite of your work, but it is still great.



sfyosifsfyosif

Rated 5 / 5 stars October 23, 2005

Great Production Value

Sorta funny, but overall you gotta be aplauded for your overall skill for making this.



Doktor-LizardDoktor-Lizard

Rated 5 / 5 stars October 27, 2005

Fantastacraftic

The effort and hard work that went into creating this brings the final score up to a ten even if I was hoping for a bloodier ending. It just doesn't matter because this was all sorts of good anyway.



kakapantskakapants

Rated 5 / 5 stars August 16, 2010

.................:) EXECUTIONER!

Excellent work, except for the shortness and that the bully should have shown at least a little tiny bit of fear after the transformation and then resolve to get his candy.( the way i see the scene where the bully drops the bat is that he is angrily demanding his candy for the final time, lauding his age and size.)

-other notes: the kid crying for a bit longer would be good as well, as most of the other emotional turns in this clip are equally short or prematurely launched into another scene. It allows the viewer more time to digest what they are seeing. The kid shed ONE tear, if that is the point, then it should be a very drawn-out single tear.
Otherwise, good work on fading with the pumpkin to set the stage, the music fit and added to the experience, and i loved that you stuck to cartoon violence values by allowing the escapee to wink after being splattered!