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Super Stellar Stella (Motion Animation)

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Oct 6, 2016 | 6:49 AM EDT

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Author Comments

Super Stellar Stella is a motion-animated series I'm working on and this is the very first few minutes of the first episode of what's to be a SatAM-type of Sci-Fi series packed with baddies, laser-gun action and lots of different alien species to encounter.

Auditions are currently open for voice talent, background artists, sound designers and music composers to join me in this project. If you're interested please email me at spoonyliger(a)gmail(dot)com for detailed information. Make sure to title the subject of the email with SSS Audition before sending it.

And while there isn't an actual crowd funding page for this yet, I do have a Patreon you can support:

Thanks for watching!

Soundtrack Credits:
Hero or Heel by Shimomura Yoko
Encounter by Uematsu Nobuo
Advice by The Pillows
Hand in Hand by Shimomura Yoko

Super Stellar Stella is ©2016 Derek "spoonyliger" Calixto



Rated 4 / 5 stars

I really liked this.
Stella has a lot of character and the design of the scions is amazing.
I want to see more for sure.
Will you be posting the final version here on NG?

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spoonyliger responds:

Thanks, mate!

Yea, I'll be posting it here and everywhere I can. Gotta spread it around like fire!


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Great animation, I really enjoyed it. The only reason I didn't give it a perfect score was because of the audio - sometimes the voices got extremely loud which caused it to sound scratchy. Other than that, it was really great!

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spoonyliger responds:

I'm very happy to hear you enjoyed it! And thanks for the feedback, will definitely be more careful about audio.


Rated 3 / 5 stars

Some good ideas here. Character designs are very nice and so is the art.
The pacing could be a bit faster, a lot of shots lingered on for slightly longer than they needed to.
And that audio peaking, that's no good at all. A very common rookie mistake, but I suggest looking into fixing that before recording anything further.
Overall it's a good proof of concept, not ground breaking or anything, but I could see this getting a small following.

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spoonyliger responds:

Oh, thanks!

Yeah, a lot of this video was a first for me. And I know about the audio peaks as well, hahah! They hurt me ears, but you're right, I gotta work on that.

Thanks for the input, much appreciated!