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Dec 25, 2012 | 12:03 PM EST
  • Daily 3rd Place December 27, 2012

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Happy Holidays!

Rudolph is excited about the new girl in wrapping but doesn't know what to get her for the holidays. So Santa steps in to try and help him out.

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mehchevymehchevy

Rated 4 / 5 stars

I guess ho ho ho goes to a whole new level :P



tygonmaster1tygonmaster1

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Really quite good! That punch line...did not see that coming!! lol Great claymation too! The only thing I kind of thought was off was volume of the voices. As the video progressed, they got a little louder, but in the begining, they were very soft compared to the background music, which made them kind of hard to hear. Other than that, this is great. :D


Tomorrows-Nobody responds:

Thanks for the review! Will mess around more with audio. We think you're pretty great :D


ShadowMarkShadowMark

Rated 4 / 5 stars

I like the animation, but work on the punch line!


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ArsarimentiousArsarimentious

Rated 5 / 5 stars

wth lmao i love this please santa not there XD


Tomorrows-Nobody responds:

Thanks! Glad you enjoyed it!


rippercoolrippercool

Rated 5 / 5 stars

LOL that was awesome but plz tell me how u get your claymations on newgrounds i was trying to figure it out for a year now


Tomorrows-Nobody responds:

What we did was export the video as an MP4 from After Effects. Then put it in the Adobe Media Encoder, exported that as a FLV, fit for Flash 8 or higher. We didn't export an FLV right from After Effects, because it took forever to render. We then imported the video file, and laid it in the timeline, and let it play at the same framerate as the After Effects file. Then we added the exported audio to a new layer. This is tricky though, because there's a filesize limit, so we had to keep crunching down the resolution so it'd fit under 20mb. But it turned out great! Just make sure to have your JPEG quality up to 100%. It'll weigh heavy on filesize, but it makes it look more crisp than a... crisp thing. Than a chip. Chips are crisp, right? I want some chips.