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ROBOCOP: Desktop Vigilant

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Jun 2, 2008 | 8:01 PM EDT

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This is my first try at stop-motion animation. It's also my first newgrounds submission. It uses a couple of tracks form the audio portal (credited at the end). It's basically a standoff between Robocop and Emil (who is off camera for lack of an action figure to depict him).
You'll notice Robocop has a red bracelet on his left arm, however, he denies any ties with the Kabbalah movement.

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VACLUZVACLUZ

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Pretty cool of a first try

I like how you edited all the little sound bites together. The music is pretty cool, too. Need a pre-loader, tho.


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ElDavid responds:

Yeah, the audio part was what took the longest. I edited both songs a bit. The end titles one I just shortened. The one that plays through out the movie I worked on a bit more, so that it would go with the shooting and what not. Plus, getting all the Robocop movement noises and the sound bites took some work.


MindChamberMindChamber

Rated 2 / 5 stars

hahah nice.

I like how the credits was longer than the movie! nice work! ^_^


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ElDavid responds:

lol Actually, they're a minute each.


MortalKombat400MortalKombat400

Rated 1.5 / 5 stars

Osama bin robocop

So, this to me looked like an al-qaeda vid where robocop was holding superman hostage and demanding that the watchers of the video, presumingly americans, do something concerning the middle east that does not involve tanks and whores.

otherwise its pretty crappy.



richlerrichler

Rated 5 / 5 stars

excellent

i really loved it 10


ElDavid responds:

Thanks, bro.


Cryptomaniac2204Cryptomaniac2204

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

that was

Interesting....I guess. Ok time to stop being mean . So here we go Practice more on your stop motion. He moved too much between frames . As they say "Practice makes perfect".


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ElDavid responds:

Thanks for the info. Yeah, I do need to figure out how much movement per frame to include and all that, but bare in mind this IS the first time i ever tried stop animation. I use a program called AnimatorDV Simple+to capture the stills, and windows movie maker to edit it. The part that took the longest was editing all the audio, tho.