The song played in the end in the credits by Man Duck was a jazz version of Ð'ÐµÐ»Ð°Ñ ÐÑEUÐ¼Ð¸Ñ, ÑtÐµÑEUÐ½Ñ<Ð¹ Ð'Ð°ÑEUÐ¾Ð½ ("Belaya Armiya, Ciornij Baron"), one of the oldest Red Army choirs. I have no idea why. Correct me if I'm wrong.
The blend of styles was very bold and well done.
Claymotion, Jazz and that kind of free hand animation make everything a little disturbing and depressing. But I guess that was the desired effect.
Wow, that's awesome, I never noticed that. I think my composer was going for "Autumn Leaves", but I think you're right, the songs have that one really similar hook.
Those transitions were done perfectly, very interesting, uniqe and enjoyable overall.
That was the most awesome compilation of claymation, live-action, and sketched animation I have ever seen. Come to think of it that was the only compilation of claymation, live-action, and sketched animation I have ever seen... Still awesome though.
As I do with most of my favorite things here, I'll keep it short and say that I loved the transition to horror to comedy to whatever you would call the manduck thing. The stop motion was beautiful and everything else was great, too.
MANDUCK WILL KILL YOU ALL!!!
Were those "snails" eggs by any chance?
Eggs, hotdog relish, and green food coloring!