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A short, bizarre, and unique clay animation music video set to Frontier Phyciatrist by The Avalanches.
This has been a side project I've been working on for a little over a month. It turned out shorter than expected, but I'm still quite happy with the final piece.
hope you enjoy it!
i really enjoyed that please make more! and also i was thinking of getting a camera to do claymation with and was wondering what type of camera you would recommend seeing that you're SO AWESOME! with clay.
I'd recommened either a decent webcam, maybe a logitech brand, or what I use which is a MiniDV camcorder connected to my PC witha firewire cable. A webcam is much cheaper and easier to start out with, and a Mini DV camcorder is better quality but much more expensive. Hope this helped
Thanks for the review!
I love it
I love the song used in this movie. I know what it is, but this and this old move called avatar Psychiatrist are my favorite movies set to this song XD you should check it out sometime.
haha yeah I love that movie actually, that's where I heard of this song!
You know how much I love this, so I won't bother telling you again... I love it.
much thanks tyler, thanks for the support as I was makin it too
I love it I like the clay and the background music it was a enjoyable 2 minutes of my life Its really funny to keep up the good work man.
I loved the black-lit clay effect! Reminded me of something you might see on Sesame Street when they do the weird drawings! Nice colors and very quirky and random to play the animation to Frontier Psychiatrist. Top points for style. I recognize that you were going for a very streamlined effect (and the clay animation was smooth and well-done), I find that the animation was a bit simplistic and lacking in overall "flow". I look forward to more of your special effects!
thanks! I don't recal that from Sesame Street, but I'm gonna look into it. The simplicity and lacking flow I understand and agree with. Thanks for the review!
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