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This is my second attempt in claymation. Hope you like it! :)
Next time I'll try to improve a little quality of lights and amount of keyframes per second.
Woo hoo! Daily 3rd! Sweet :)
You've definitely got the movement of the objects running smooth, that is by far the best claymation I've seen in a while, but there's one or two bits that I think let it down.
At one point, right towards the end, the camera zooms out. Now, I don't know if this is intentional or not, but it seems to be very jumpy just on that last transition. The reason I don't know if it's intentional is because the animation on screen carries on as smooth as the rest of the video, and perhaps the jumpiness is used for effect.
The second thing is sometimes the lighting wasn't exactly ideal. I've tried my hand at claymation before, and I know that lighting is probably a lot more important and difficult than most people give it credit for.
But still, despite those little niggles, it was still a very good showcase of claymation. It's a bit like a clay version of one of those random fbf flashes that people sometimes do. Random, but still very enjoyable.
Good piece, liked it, though you need to extend some of the parts, they happened a little fast to see what was going on the first time through
I really liked it ^^
Pat veel krutaak nekaa es biju iedomaajies! Cool!!
He - he, paldies! Ja vel tikai stativam tik loti nebutu tricejusas kajas, butu vel mazliet labak :D
You must have a lot of time in your hands to be able to do this kinda stuff. Time and skill!
A story about a dog!
this art teacher is WHACK!!!!
Meeting new people on the first day can be a real gamble.
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