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Super Mario- Hama Bead Stop Motion Animation

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mario
world
perler
hama

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Uploaded
Apr 10, 2017 | 6:28 AM EDT

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Author Comments

Mario sets off on another adventure to save the princess! Now in the form of hama beads!

This took just about 5 weeks to make! I've been wanting to try using hama beads for animations for a while now. If you want this to continue, make sure to leave a comment! :D

Special thanks to Bulby for the music!
Super Mario 3D World 8 Bit: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x_g9sH2aT6s

Sound Effects- The Mushroom Kingdom: http://themushroomkingdom.net/media/smw/wav

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Software used: After Effects CS5, Premeire Pro CS5.
Super Mario is not mine, no copyright intended.

Reviews


thegamer74thegamer74

Rated 4 / 5 stars

I really liked on how you made the whole thing goes so smoothly.


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TheDogtor responds:

Thanks! :D


TheMrToastTheMrToast

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Wow this was great! Would love to see more in this style


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TheDogtor responds:

Aww, thanks, dude! :D


ScarleCatScarleCat

Rated 4 / 5 stars

This is really cool, you can hardly even tell it was stop motion! I definitely appreciate it.


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TheDogtor responds:

Aww, thanks, dude! :D


TheStorkCollectorTheStorkCollector

Rated 3 / 5 stars

Very interesting mix of both sprite animation and stop motion animation. Better things can be done with it though and I hope your next project is something really cool, using your own characters and sprites some day as beads.

Good luck!


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TheDogtor responds:

Thanks! Definitely think there could be more included, that would actually be a cool idea to do my own thing! It's been great to try out working on a hama bead animation and see how it'd come out. :D


NailNail

Rated 4 / 5 stars

That looked fantastic, you even made the character move in a way where I believed someone was controlling it. Good stuff, looking forward to your other works


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TheDogtor responds:

Thanks so much! :D The controller part was actually something I really hoped came across in video, so glad that turned out right! ^-^