Transformers : The Revenge stop motion

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  1. TFfan08

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    its a good start but I will say better lighting is needed. Also I know walking is hard but rather then just pushing toys across the floor how about changing the camera view so that you cant see the feet.

    saying that the first bit with swindle was quite good. Also their are moments that really shine like the tow truck guy shooting around the corner that was cool.
     
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    Anti Spark It'S DUB Or Nothing!

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    Not bad! Ever think of doing this outside?
     
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    Uhh, No, I can't because of lighting
     
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    One thing I would say, is that I think that your videos would really benefit from some background sets. Paper backgrounds would do (take a look at my Transformers Badly Animated link below for an ideahow they look) Otherwise, you are doing a good job!
     
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    OMG! rotflmao! I'm sorry if its not supposed to be funny but i lost it when Bumblebee is kicking wreckage's ass and you see the hamster running around in the backgroud. Ok but seriously keep working on your stop motion animation its a lost art form and a niche skill but can be usefull look how far Seth Green has gone with Robot Chicken. Xenon is right play around with lighting options shop lights, halogens, desk spoters, whatever you can get your hands on play around and see what works. Try your hand at some scenery too. You can get sheets of foam board layered with pictures of buildings at Kinkos and the like. Good work :) 
     
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    Thanks and yes, I will try. And yes those are my rats. They are big as hamsters :tongue: 
     

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