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A masked adventurer comes upon a land invaded by evil green creatures. It's up to him to rid this invasive species in order to save the original inhabitants of the forest.
-A new clay animation by Dan MacKenzie
-Sound design by Kurdice Neal
-Featuring music (with permission) by Moby
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i have great respect for people who do stop motion animation
very hard process
also for all you people who said it got choppy and "lazy at the end"
i think it was like that on purpose. why would he go from great frame by frame to crap, he would have saw that. having it go slower added a little bit of a dramatic ending to his death.
great work although keep up the good work!
Not going to happen
Ok, Working with clay can be hard and deserves to be respected as a very amazing way to flash but, this was dull no voices. The animation and movements were amazing though so ill give you a 3/5 Keep it up still great work.
Claymation isn't for me but
Claymation is not a preference of mine in any sense, but I was immpressed by what you had on show here. I know that creating non-psychadelic claymation movies is quite the strenuous task, and this particular short is blessed with a panache that actually assists the enjoyment of those who don't normally go for such movie shorts.
Congratulations on this polished clay bonanza, understated but overachieving. 10/10 5/5.
The claymation was great, but towards the the end you got lazy, that tends to happen to my claymation too; probably the reason none are on newgrounds.
it became slow and lazy near the end
An asinine adventure through the world of high fantasy.
Super villainy at its worst ...
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