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Oct 17, 2012 | 5:59 PM EDT

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...and survive.



Rated 2 / 5 stars

Pretty good friend! its nice to see some stopmotion animation. Apparently this must be one of your earlier projects your beginning on, yes? It feels amateurish (not in a bad way though, mind you!), its very artistic and unique. I loved the concept where it slowly changes from one thing into another and when you look at the whole stasis you can see your camera used method by just the look and use of your technique. I admire it since its educational on your and my part. I'm so used to "expert" stopmotion animations like from Jan Svanmajer or Paul Berry (well known for his final hand before his untimely death in Tim Burton's A Nightmare Before Christmas and in prior his shot in 1992 The Sandman) or even Knox of the infamous "Klay World" series he's brought on here in NG history. I'm used to that kind of stopmotion. But yours is a nice sight since it shows that you understand the fundamentals of it which is important to an artisan. I really did like this! I'm going to bestow upon you a 2/5 and a 2/5 in voting power. I hope you've enjoyed this review friend and keep crafting and practicing on here. Good day.

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BlutendeMesser responds:

My friend.. this kind of review would make any artist keep going and get better. As you said, this is amateurish simply because it's my very first stop motion -not that you only could get experience by doing them but also by watching some, and even better by watching somebody doing them- so I tried to do it smooth and kind of different (but, well, especifically the lights (blue light) is what I mean, and by now I don't think it makes it much better or different, but anyways) Thanking you would not be enough this time, since I have never seen an adequate review of such a quality, so I will follow your great advice, as I understand, a good thing is to watch professional work on this matter and also practicing. Evolving in animating as the character in this little work of mine does, i could say. Wether you are here or there, have a good day or night.


Rated 0.5 / 5 stars

Has no purpose or point the the video. The name is random and the description: ...and survive has no relivence to the video

BlutendeMesser responds:

Well :P thanks but you could make an effort. reproduction, multiply, life...
As for the title, I now realize i didn't explain but it's because de climax (therefore "Bliss") of the asexual reproduction happens with a blue light effect (Blu, Blue).


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

I am taking advanced computer graphics class and we are going to do some stop motion stuff. Looks like it is fun!

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BlutendeMesser responds:

Indeed, but it requires much patience (: