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Oct 20, 2010 | 7:43 PM EDT

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Author Comments

here it is part 1 out of 2 in my Halloween special enjoy

i forgot to explain this in the credits but i did the voice for both clay men, im sorry for the bad voice acting this was my first animation i ever made that i did voice acting in so sorry about that

Reviews


reddeye5reddeye5

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Gave you a five because....

...number one- there aren't enough people doing these
number two-the arrogance of another reviewer who will not be named

Good job man.


megadudu responds:

thanks man means alot to me


LobsterTrainLobsterTrain

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Alright

The animation was pretty decent and the voice acting was tolerable so it was pretty good in my opinion



AGP187AGP187

Rated 3 / 5 stars

Claymation rules.

I remember making claymation vids when I was a kid using one of those bigass shoulder mount camcorders that u put a full size vhs tape in and the pause button. Its fun, I might try it again sometime with the newer methods.


megadudu responds:

hahaha yeeah its pretty fun


kakapantskakapants

Rated 0 / 5 stars

review

I've done some claymation myself. The audio of the characters can make or break everything. Reread "getto89" 's review. If he or she had not said it, I would have had to.

Some other things, 1: Get some help. Someone can shoot the frame for you without getting clay on the camera or trigger. They can also provide another voice. 2: Create an actual character out of the clay, not just a clone of the other guy who is a different color. 3: GET A BACKGROUND. All you have to do is take that crappy, fake wood, good-for-nothing paneling and paint the back side of it like it is a canvas. For instance, paint a picture of a yard. Clouds, sun, blue sky, green grass, house, drive way, etc. Once you have done that you have put your characters into an actual location.
Good luck and have FUN!:)



LuisLuis

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

not bad

Pretty promising. I think as you work with it more your camera work will be more consistent. Some of the frames / shots were messy. Also maybe not speaking so close to the mic or saving it at a more quality bitrate would help.


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