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Nov 6, 2005 | 10:27 PM EST
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Heres a funny little movie I made about 2 guys on Halloween.
It's about 4 minuets long. Hope you like it.



Rated 5 / 5 stars


why was it callled sheets! though hhahahaha

Freemont responds:

Umm... If you can't figure that one out on your own, then I won't even answer.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

ahh i loved it

i love claymation, this is brilliant! by the way what camera did you use? i loved all of this especially the kkk ghost. the figures were made very well and i loved the pikachu guy.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


its awsome i love claymation

btw are you the guy who did the voice of the alien with the big head in klay world ;)


Rated 5 / 5 stars

fanf@#^^%$ckin tastic :)

dude, your animation is pretty smooth for claymation, and the lipsynch is great, i'd say you're in the league of knox or better, great work


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

That probably the best one you've done so far, IMO

I have a question though (I do claymation also). I know this question is probably dumb, but how do you animate the eyes/eyelids? Everytime I try to do that I mess the eyes up. Also, do you use wire armatures? And how tall are your figures?

Sorry for all the questions, but I think you do the best claymations on here, and I was hoping for some good advice... You can AIM me at KrimsonRez, or you can just reply (or don't reply at all if you don't want to). :P

Freemont responds:

Well, my characters's pupils are really small spheres of black clay. When I want them to blink, I take these little black balls of clay off the eyes and then I put a piece of skin colored clay over the eyes (to make it look like the eyes are closed) and then I take the frame (picture) I ususally have to take a few pictures of the closed eyes. After that I just take the skin colored clay off, and put the black dots back on and take another picture (frame). This gives the illusion of a "blink".

Oh yeah, and I don't use armtures, I find them to be a hassle to animate with. They also take too long to make. And my characters are anywhere from 4-5 inches tall.