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Oct 20, 2010 | 7:43 PM EDT

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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 October 21, 2010

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 October 21, 2010

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 October 21, 2010

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 October 20, 2010

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 October 20, 2010

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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