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Jan 7, 2013 | 1:31 PM EST
  • Daily 2nd Place January 9, 2013

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Finally there's this! Enjoy. What we have here is an assignment for my experimental animation class last semester. I was focusing mainly on characterization. There's not a whole lot of action, it's mostly about subtle acting and facial animation. Even so, I'm pretty happy with it for a first effort! It's a silly little thing, but it was great fun to make!

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09CArventos09CArventos

Rated 5 / 5 stars January 9, 2013

Now this was quite the interesting claymation adventure.



4TAKEN4TAKEN

Rated 5 / 5 stars January 9, 2013

and fun to watch too! Awesome!



Zachs06Zachs06

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars January 7, 2013

That was definatly worth the watch. I want more.


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SswordSsword

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars January 7, 2013

I know how much work this takes to make. Amazing job on the figure art, the blending of flash and screen makes a good movie. This series deserves a front page. Keep up the good work.


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Jabalias22Jabalias22

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars January 9, 2013

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I always say the same when I'm lucky enough to see clay-made-animation, also know as "claymation".
1.-It's original: it's not the mainstream parody or easy-humorous Newgrounds flash animation
2.-It's hard to make, which is a big enough reason to rate over 3 stars.
3.-Whether you like it or not, you've always got to admit that it's a very (VERY) cool thing, because it looks more material & realistic than even 3D-flash animations.

You, Macanulty, have proven to have a very good knowledge of those three points, as it pulled out a very interesting animation with easy-seeing lots of effort.
I will just say that a bit of polishing with the voice is the ONLY thing this needs to finally get a 5/5, because the little deformities of the protagonist's modeling is what gives this a really artistic (and beautiful) aspect.
I'd also like something: did you just use a figurine & model design technique and made 2 figures for the main character which you "gave life" through movement or you used a wire frame to be the "bones" of the figure? Because the movements are very,very smooth... I've seen stop-motion films at the cinema when I was younger and they seemed much rougher than this.

Finally, let me tell you that I'm happy to see this animation here, and that just because of it you've won new fans (in my opinion). Keep up this fantastic work!

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