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Beginner Claymation tut

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---*PLEASE READ BEFORE VEIWING...VERY IMPORTANT*---
Sorry about the file size! My compression software sucks and having a screenshot on almost every frame PLUS repeating music really hurt this. I will fix the file size when i get better software. Recommended with DSL or faster! Really sorry!!! Please dont let this effect the voting, however. ANYWAYS...

I cooked up this tutorial in around 3-5 hours. It includes links to the Anasazi (Stop Motion Animator) web site and the Logitech (webcam) site, both links at end of tut. This goes through simple animation, intro to stop motion programs,and best webcams. Add me on msn gpemberton@centurytel.net if you need help.

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simple and to the point

i loved this tutorial it was super helpful i hope to be making claymation soon

i really liked this

i liked this and i was wondering if anasazi is better than monkeyjam...send me a message or something if u can.

Thanks!

,Twisted hawke

This is good stuff

I liked this Tut and I will be making some clay movies Thnkz SO much
5\5

creeef23 responds:

Awsome! Glad you liked it,bro!

not a bad tutorial

pretty good to say the least. You described and stated the properties of claymation well, and made it easy to do for beginners. Nice job!

creeef23 responds:

Thanks for the review, glad you liked it! This means alot comming from TechFlash (you have been mentioned in a few other clay tutorials).