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"Chocolate and Mices" my stop motion animation

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  • CrazyMobius
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    Originally posted by nickbachman View Post
    probably not something I could do my whole life.
    You should check out Monster Road to see a guy that did just that.

    http://nz.youtube.com/watch?v=Vzo04V24vWw

    Also are you going to put this in a film fest? You should, or contact Spike and Mike or something.

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  • nickbachman
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    Thanks a lot for the supportive comments everyone, they really help keep me going. I really appreciate it!

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  • M.ellis
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    Awesome! You got them moving very smoothly there. Very cool stuff.

    My favorite parts are the trampoline gag and the teeter-totter scream. I also like how you didn't bring any back to life, thereby bucking an anticipated cartoon trope AND saving yourself some time/labor.

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  • Ugga Bugga
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    great job. I've dabbled in this. rather unsuccesfully. it is quite difficult. Good work.

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  • endeserben
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    I love it!!! Really awesome work!

    Congrats!

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  • grapplermatt
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    Very cool!

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  • Turtle Boat
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    this should get like an award.

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  • Rey de las Cabras
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    Loved it, congrats on pulling this off. I've never mustered the patience to make it passed more than a second or so of animation...

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  • underwearhero
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    i like the characters specially the fat mouse, sad ending though good sound

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  • Kopone
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    Haahaha, more please

    Regards,
    Sven

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  • Archerion
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    Very fun to watch bro keep it up.

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  • Tecknic
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    Sound design is something that alot of film makers overlook to a criminal degree. Your use of sound effects there took a very good stop-motion movie and made it great.

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  • Breck
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    Badass. The end of the trampoline scene was hilarious.

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  • killingyouguy
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    That was really excellent. I love stop motion.

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  • nickbachman
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    Thanks guys! It was a lot of work, between 2500 and 3000 frames/movements! Not to mention the screw ups you have to totally reshoot. Just glad to be done with it haha

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