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Jun 22, 2017 | 11:21 PM EDT

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Danny likes to watch tv, he switched through the channels enjoying some romantic comedies, then it switches to a horror movie and the biggest bug comes out of the television...



Rated 3 / 5 stars

Interesting little claymation. Just wanted to give an advice: ALWAYS fasten every prop you have while animating. It is impossible to make sure that they will not move otherwise. You can be as careful as possible not to move them, but you always will. Trust me, I know :). I use double sided duct tape to secure everything in place. Big patches of it for things like furniture, etc and little patches for everything else. Just a tiny piece of double sided duct tape under the pot with the cactus would have made sure that it stays in place during the animation process. You can check out my claymations. They have little props and most of the time they stay in place when they need to :). Get better, it will be interesting to see your future claymations here for sure.

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ClayDay responds:

That is great advice! I was getting frustrated with the cactus and thinking of how to secure it, I was first thinking glue, but double sided duct tape makes more sense! I will be sure to check out you videos! Thanks again for the advice djavh!


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Alright, now that's what I'm talking about! I really like this one a lot. Once again, the sound effects are put to very good use, and your choice of materials in this clip are great. I also like the visual effects (namely the TV static). The end is good too. I don't have a whole lot of notes on improvement, but i guess I'll just echo what everyone else is saying, you just need more frames, the animation does stutter quite a lot. Really good work though, I look forward to seeing more from you!

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Rated 4 / 5 stars

Well it's always exciting to see claymation pop up! It definitely could use a bit of refinement, it tended to stutter pretty frequently but that didn't stop it from being fun to watch. I'm sure if you keep at it your work will get even better


Rated 3 / 5 stars

You def. spent a lot of time on this... hand-jammed traditional style? I know there are a lot of programs out there that do this too, just to keep in mind

ClayDay responds:

Yep and I did! Do you know of any inexpensive programs I can download on a mac?


Rated 3 / 5 stars

The stop-go animation seems pretty choppy, and a lot of objects like the cactus and mug move around without being touched throughout. Try to be more careful to not move other set objects when you're moving the character! I'm not sure why the eyes change color but it looks odd, is it supposed to be his emotion or a reflection of the TV? Also, spiders don't spit their webs...they pulls it out from the end of their abdomen using their 4th pair of legs. Aside from this, it's a great animation, the sounds match up well and it as overall fun to watch. I'd love to see your next video, never stop improving! :)

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ClayDay responds:

Thank you! Ya this the second week I have been making stop motions, I really enjoy it! Thanks for the advice! I was getting mad at the cactus lol, now I know to secure static props.