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Aug 15, 2006 | 10:41 AM EDT

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**Heh, I dunno how the hell this got such an awesome score, but you know what they-or I say about clock day; It's a film maker's goldmine!

Happy Clock Day everyone! I hope the clock crew likes the first ever Clock Day claymation in clock history!

Reviews


ViceFullbusterViceFullbuster

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Good addition.

Nice to see a claymation clock day flash and a really well made one too,good job. =)



boxclock1boxclock1

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

yay

my great and almighty race has taken over OBAY SBC



Crash-and-burn31Crash-and-burn31

Rated 1.5 / 5 stars

4 future reference...

Apple clock is green. And do you have allergies or something? That guy was way too nasally.


TechFlash responds:

I dunno, i whipped this up in about 3 hours anyway


Linkred2Linkred2

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Its pretty good but...

Isn't Apple Clock Green? I remember there was one called Red Apple Clock.


TechFlash responds:

I pretty much just assumed that Apple Clock was red, i didn't know there were two seperate ones.


JoJoMonJoJoMon

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Interesting Claymation.... like Wallace and Gromit

Nice animation on this Clock Day Submission, you did very well with the Speakonia voice acting on the Clay StrawberryClock, ClayBlobClock, and AppleClock. How did you make the clay models for the clocks that appear in this film? And where did you film this at? And how long did this take to animate? Anyway, nice job on the animation on this film. See you next Clock Day for your Pt. 2!!!!!!!!!!!


TechFlash responds:

Thanks. To make the clay models, all I did was take a few blobs of red clay, make and squish some white circles, make a few green dots, and then add them all together. I filmed it in my room, on my black table. And it took about 2 days to animate, and 1 day to edit.