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Strange-1 Dec 26, 2011  Professional General Artist
@00:12Hehe thank you!
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Strange-1 Apr 17, 2011  Professional General Artist
Thank you!
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Iíve always been a big fan of stop motion and claymation. This was my first time actually trying it. The whole thing was made by me. Just a simple one to start, so I could get the hang of it. Made for my creative photography class. Enjoy!
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XxiHeartYou22xX Dec 26, 2011  Student Artist
@00:12that ... was ... so .... pretty. xD
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Strange-1 Dec 26, 2011  Professional General Artist
@00:12Hehe thank you!
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@01:39this was cute :) hope you'll do some more ^^
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Strange-1 Apr 17, 2011  Professional General Artist
@01:39Thank you so much! I plan to, but it might be a while.
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@01:39No problem and good luck for the next one :)
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Strange-1 Apr 17, 2011  Professional General Artist
Thank you!
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fabianfucci Apr 11, 2011  Professional Filmographer
@00:12Nice. The script needs further work, although. Glad to see the technique is working allright.
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Strange-1 Apr 11, 2011  Professional General Artist
@00:12Haha, I agree. Like I said, I really just wanted to see how it worked first, so I went without a plan or anything, and just started shooting pictures.
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otakulizzykoalagirl Apr 10, 2011
@00:12Its a great start to learning stop motion animation!
The surface you act on should ideally be flat and smooth as the creases change throughout the humming can seem a little amateurish however gives a feel of childishness and innocence if it was what you are aiming for, the splat and the changes, other than the creases, seem very smooth.
The hearts at the end however could do with some work as it seems like a short finish, it could ideally stay with that image just a little longer and develop into it slower.
But as an experiment its very smooth and brings a smile :)
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Strange-1 Apr 10, 2011  Professional General Artist
@00:12Thank you!

Yeah, I kind of like the look of the creases moving, so it didn't bother me much, but I do understand what you mean. Honestly this was the only thing I had that was big enough to do it on. (It's a bed, and I don't have any tables or anything.)

I definitely agree about the hearts. At the time I was just trying to hurry up and end it because I wanted to see what it looked like (since it was my first time doing stop motion), so I didn't put a lot of thought into the timing and stuff.
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