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Jul 20, 2012 | 8:36 PM EDT

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This is an animation I did a while back Called Daleks Conquest of Terra the Original took me 2-3 months to Animate I deicded to re-release Part 1 Now Episode 1 onto NewGrounds but alot had to be cut out.
I have abandonned the idea of 3-5 chapters per animation that was just stupid.
If this Episode is succesful I shall Re-release the rest of the original Part 1 with New Animated Scenes just for Newgrounds.
if the links don't work here they are.
Original Submission! http://www.youtube.com/wa tch?v=XDlO9TyQflE
Facebook Group. http://www.facebook.com/p ages/Daleks-Conquest-of-T erra-Series/2906268243113 76

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AhkihounAhkihoun

Rated 3 / 5 stars July 24, 2012

Hey stop motion is hard, I know, and this was pretty long, so you must have spent a buttload of time on this. Did you have your camera on a tripod? Remember light source, and how different lighting will effect dirreernt colors. I saw in the beginning when they were shooting, that the light flickered. I dont know if that was intentional or not, but it did add a little something. Tungsten lights make things more blue. Fluroscent makes things look more yellow. Use this to your advantage!

Also large areas of color, like green, will often give the rest of the shot a greenish look if you're not careful. If you're using a high quality camera, be sure to check your settings and ISO. If you have a crappy consumer camera, then I guess more power to you.

I didnt really like this, but I admire your dedication. Keep it up friend!


Badwolf66 responds:

I used a 10MP webcam, plus in my old house I had very little space to do anything, it was all animated on the floor, in a compact area of my bedroom which had space.


AiricyAiricy

Rated 0 / 5 stars July 21, 2012

Don't get me wrong, it was ambitious, but the special effects were just bad and the sound quality was awful. The stop motion animation is cool though, but that's just it. This isn't really something that belongs on Newgrounds, it's more of a youtube type of thing. Thanks for sharing though.