dunno if you've watched Knox's stuff before, he used clay quite a lot, and i think you can get some ideas from him, thats if you intend on using clay a lot more? i dunno, but im giving it a 5 cuz well.....CLAY!!!!!!!!!!! cant beat a bit of clay.
What are you trying to achieve?
If you were just demonstrating that you can poke clay around and take pictures of it, then well done, but anyone can do that. If you really want to develop this kind of animation technique, you have to be very patient, and pay attention to the smallest detail. The frames are too fast, and it feels rushed and it's not fully understandable what motions you're doing with the clay. Also, keep consistent lighting, use your own lamp, don't rely on sunlight, because it just looks poor for this kind of film work.
Are you mad or something?