My featured stop motion "Shave-motion"

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  1. minkster

    minkster TPF Noob!

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    Hello everyone, I started getting into stop motion animation and made a short 20 second clip called "Shave-motion". To my surprise, it was featured on a popular video website called Stage6 (stage6.divx.com).

    You can watch the Stage6 version here: (Best Quality)
    http://stage6.divx.com/user/minkster/video/1566705/Shave-motion

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    You can watch the Youtube version here: (Fair Quality)


    Feel free to comment, criticize, etc.
     
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    Anyone dare to take a look? I thought the animation was "kinda" cool!:p
     
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    LOL i did! it is funny. I dont know where my head phones went so if it had sound I didn't hear it.
     
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    In the time of super dooper life like special effects the video is so so and you can't blame us for that but as a small project it's fun and a fair amount of effort. Give us some commentary - how many photos did you take, how long did the shooting take, how did you compile it?
     
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    Wow! I am shocked. It was kinda cool, and in a small way, creepy. I did enjoy it!
     
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    @ilyfel: Heh, glad you liked it and the music wasn't anything too special

    @nossie: Thanks for taking the time to watch and comment :) The video took 400 still frame pictures to take. I had a remote control in one hand which allowed me to snap a still photo every time i pressed the capture button. This stop motion took me 2 hours to film 20 seconds of video and a half an hour to edit. Generally stop motions dont have special effects besides trick photography like floating in mid air. Tony vs Paul has the sickest effects (its a popular stop motion on youtube)

    @PurpleKittenz: Heh, I'm glad you enjoyed it. Hope I didn't creep you out too much! :)
     

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