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Dec 23, 2005 | 12:24 AM EST
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Now this is a project that i'v been working on off and on for a couple months. It is a sequel to the clay animation "Movement," but with a slightly different style.


song: Last Night by The Strokes



Rated 5 / 5 stars


you're a GM at clay


Rated 5 / 5 stars


My god, that was amazing! Definitly the best claymation I have ever seen, must have taken a looong time too. Music was great, and you animated so superbly! The addition of the calculator and computer thing was really great and original. I loved this, awesome job man. Keep at it! I am adding this to my favorites right now.


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now that! was pretty cool, well done :P


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This is some pretty amazing claymation! Seriously awesome, everythin went smoothly and without flaw,good job dude!


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Keep churning these out, they're great!

An excellent bit of random claymation. I could watch this again and again.

Now for a few specific comments:

- before the slug went into the water, I think it should have jumped a little bit - that particular bit of movement didn't look quite right
- excellent water effect
- I like what you did with the white face. First there was a black hole on top that looked like a smiling mouth (made me laugh) and then it turns out that it was actually the eye, and the mouth appears on the bottom later. Whether or not that was intended, it's a pretty cool effect.
- when those white "slugs" were going in and out of the white landscape, it also looked a little flat - it didn't look like they were really jumping out, it looked too even (although it was a cool idea)

Aside from those few criticisms that I just mentioned, though, what I like best in your work is how everything seems ALIVE! It doesn't look like it was animated - all of the creatures/things have a certain bounce in their movements that's really lifelike. I'm looking forward to other movies from you. :)

P.S. I'm extremely surprised that you managed to get something done with Windows Movie Maker - the last time I tried to make an animation in that program, it refused to compile it and took 5 minutes to do every single operation. Piece of ^%*@&$ shit! I looked it up and apparently a lot of people had the same problem and there was no solution. Made me seriously consider getting a Mac. But anyway, I'm glad to know that it works for you. :p

MackProductions responds:

thank you VERY much