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Old 09-09-06, 07:04 AM
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A Cheesie Homage to Claymation!

Admittedly, this is truly cheesie, but I had some fun playing with the technique, as rough and short as the result may be!


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BUi61y4tkSc
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Old 09-09-06, 06:29 PM
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YES it was.......


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Self admittedly cheesie, but my neice and nephews love it!
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Originally Posted by Tom Stormcrowe
Self admittedly cheesie, but my neice and nephews love it!
Was it THEIR dog?
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Nope, my wife collects stuffed animals and has since she was a kid. I have a supply of stuffed animals large enough to make an animation of the Hebrews exiting Egypt in the Ten Commandments with a larger scale than DeMille did! The only problem is, which one would stand in for Heston? (I'm thinking about a stuffed Ape as a backhand jab at Planet of the Apes!

It's all in fun anyway, and time consuming stacking the stills and setting up the frame rate.
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Originally Posted by Tom Stormcrowe
Nope, my wife collects stuffed animals and has since she was a kid. I have a supply of stuffed animals large enough to make an animation of the Hebrews exiting Egypt in the Ten Commandments with a larger scale than DeMille did! The only problem is, which one would stand in for Heston? (I'm thinking about a stuffed Ape as a backhand jab at Planet of the Apes!

It's all in fun anyway, and time consuming stacking the stills and setting up the frame rate.
A stuffed gandalf with staff would make a good Moses.

Do you have enough stuffed animals to do a realistic exodus?
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Here's some claymation for you....

Thrash funk band Primus covers "The Devil Went Down To Georgia"
https://www.sugarjar.com/media/50646/
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both of those videos are AWESOME!
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Tom, that was soooo cool! I saw the thread title but nevered bothered to stop in till now. We do need more.

Have you ever seen Frank Zappa's Baby Snakes? Some way cool claymation there.
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Tom you crack me up. It was so cheezy it was cute!
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Love the Primus link!
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Yeah that was cute, too!
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Originally Posted by KingTermite
A stuffed gandalf with staff would make a good Moses.

Do you have enough stuffed animals to do a realistic exodus?
Not a bad idea! As far as the wife having enough stuffed animals, etc? Not really enough for the whole Exodus, but I could field 150 or so!
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Originally Posted by Stacey
Tom, that was soooo cool! I saw the thread title but nevered bothered to stop in till now. We do need more.

Have you ever seen Frank Zappa's Baby Snakes? Some way cool claymation there.
I LOVE Baby Snakes! Then again, I'm a Zappa fan from way back!
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Originally Posted by Tom Stormcrowe
Not a bad idea! As far as the wife having enough stuffed animals, etc? Not really enough for the whole Exodus, but I could field 150 or so!
how about doing Noah and the Ark? you probably have enough animals for that one.
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Originally Posted by CycleMagic
how about doing Noah and the Ark? you probably have enough animals for that one.
That's a thought.....

Lessee, at 36 frames/sec, it'll take me a month or two to stack, edit and import audio. Doable though!
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We're not going anywhere. Plus, it will give me a reason to live.
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Do it, TS! that would be very cool! Plus, we gotta keep Stacey around for a while longer. :-)
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I guess I'll have to work on it then, but Stacey, you are too mean to die!
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