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Dec 30, 2010 | 2:38 PM EST
  • Daily 5th Place December 31, 2010

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Hey there Newgrounds!,
this is a little short i made as an exam for a Stopmotion class i had this year.
With exception of the character, i made the 'items' AND the whole animation in about 3 days in a dark room. it may not look like much work. BUT, if you have ever done this kind of stopmotion, then you may know IT IS.
ANYWAY, watch, enjoy, review if you want, i'll try to respond them all! (may take a while,though)
Have a SUPER 2011

Reviews


datamouthdatamouth

Rated 5 / 5 stars February 18, 2011

dude great job!

great job man. loved how it stayed very animated through out. loved it!


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ButzboPrud responds:

Thanks datamouth!


Donnie3DDonnie3D

Rated 5 / 5 stars January 12, 2011

cool.

I like it mucho. I wish I was a snail.



gamer95-95gamer95-95

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars January 11, 2011

Pretty funny

DO A BARREL ROLL :D



XEsgarothXXEsgarothX

Rated 5 / 5 stars January 11, 2011

Loved it!

Gotta love good stop motion. I felt the song was good. I really liked the moving camera with the stop motion (or possible moving set) But either way the illusion of camera motion was great, thanks.


ButzboPrud responds:

It was a moving set, i used a long table and kept moving the cardboard scenario in front of the camera.
Moving the camera itself is kind of risky ;)


LtMcMuffinLtMcMuffin

Rated 5 / 5 stars January 11, 2011

Normally don't like stop-motion

The one flaw (and it was only apparent because of the overall quality) is that your song didn't really fit at the end. It's only a small error, but you ought to either have one that flows properly, edit to a new one, or lower the volume to a whisper until the meteor hits at the end when you turn it back up and cut the short.

Great job!


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ButzboPrud responds:

Well you got a point there, i did all the animation with the camera (without any software to keep track of the timing) so i could just look for a song when i had finished putting the frames together, and it actually took me a while to find something that could fit. Although just lowering the volume at the end is not a bad idea.
Thanks!