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01/05/2016 08:42:53

clayster2012Muvizu mogul
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This is just a short video of an Alien trying to Abduct a cow to bring back to his home planet, but a pesky dog keeps that from happening, its not much, I'm just seeing how a complete cartoon would be by using the Key Frame feature to animate just about everything, I think its a great feature.

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01/05/2016 12:37:32

musiclover
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Wow that is amazing really enjoyed it.
So much going on here very pro.
Are you using any other software in addition to Muvizu?
How did you manage to get such a good voice over and everything associated with it?
Brilliant stuff.
Joe
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01/05/2016 14:10:32

clayster2012Muvizu mogul
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Thanks for the kind comments, the only softwares I used
Other then muvizu is after effects and movie maker and Audacity.
edited by clayster2012 on 01/05/2016
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01/05/2016 15:07:21

ritsmer
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Really high class!.

So many inventive and creative ideas.

Of course an alien spaceship MUST have a red carpet LOL...


Also the nicely fitting music...

And so many well made objects - perfectly fitting the Muvizu style.
Did you make them all by yourself? or is there a store where such goodies can be bought ? (The corn plants etc. ?)


I really hope that the last words ”No worries, you can try again tomorrow” mean that we will see a Number 2 also ?
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01/05/2016 16:01:21

clayster2012Muvizu mogul
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Most of the models are made by me
And I may give out some of them as sets
And for a part 2, yes it's in mind,
Also I'm glad you enjoyed it, and
Thanks for your comments.
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01/05/2016 16:34:20

ritsmer
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Sets ?
Yes, please !
That would be more than great.
I just did not dare to ask for so much
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01/05/2016 16:40:25

clayster2012Muvizu mogul
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It's ok, but sometimes it doesn't hurt to ask.
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01/05/2016 17:01:59

ritsmer
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Perfectly right - yes - but -
one could feel that asking such not inconsiderable favors might put an - though unintended - but still inappropriate - press on the asked person to reveal some of his close kept nuggets.
edited by ritsmer on 01/05/2016
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01/05/2016 17:07:38

clayster2012Muvizu mogul
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True that, but a lot times I love to help
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01/05/2016 17:15:23

ritsmer
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Then - thank you: whatever you chose to give out will become valuable models in many a Muvizuers tool box.

Now - all that said: as you originally posted - the key framing feature in Muvizu really is a quantum leap forward in many ways too.
edited by ritsmer on 01/05/2016
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01/05/2016 18:05:37

ziggy72Muvizu mogulExperimental user
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Nice job on recreating a cartoon, the keyframing really does allow a lot of freedom, don't it? The fun you can have... I liked the UFO taking off and exploding, nice shot. I would've used depth of field throughout though - mind you, I say that to everyone, but you should try using it more, it can really enhance shots like these, soften up the horizons and stuff. Just my opinion, not criticising.
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01/05/2016 19:46:09

mystoMuvizu mogulExperimental user
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Great video! Kind of reminded me of Roadrunner and the coyote cartoons. Keep up the good work!
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01/05/2016 20:42:03

clayster2012Muvizu mogul
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mysto wrote:
Great video! Kind of reminded me of Roadrunner and the coyote cartoons. Keep up the good work!


Lol..thanks, that's actually how I wanted to be, now I know it has that feel.
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01/05/2016 20:43:50

clayster2012Muvizu mogul
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ziggy72 wrote:
Nice job on recreating a cartoon, the keyframing really does allow a lot of freedom, don't it? The fun you can have... I liked the UFO taking off and exploding, nice shot. I would've used depth of field throughout though - mind you, I say that to everyone, but you should try using it more, it can really enhance shots like these, soften up the horizons and stuff. Just my opinion, not criticising.


It's ok criticising is just medicine to make it better
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02/05/2016 03:08:43

PatMarrNCMuvizu mogul
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mysto wrote:
Great video! Kind of reminded me of Roadrunner and the coyote cartoons. Keep up the good work!

my thoughts exactly! You are doing some really cool stuff here Clayster! and in a bunch of different directions at the same time! Your models are very good, and your use of key framing is absolutely ground-breaking!

I liked the way you paid homage to Snoopy by having the dog lie on the top of his dog house

I also liked the way you made the alien peek out from behind things. Something about that is inherently funny!

And your turnaround time is very fast, which is one of my goals too... in the past few months, you've probably posted more clips than anybody.. and they've all been good! I identify strongly with your approach to story telling, so your works serves as a good model for me to emulate!

Keep up the good work!
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02/05/2016 04:13:04

clayster2012Muvizu mogul
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PatMarrNC wrote:
mysto wrote:
Great video! Kind of reminded me of Roadrunner and the coyote cartoons. Keep up the good work!

my thoughts exactly! You are doing some really cool stuff here Clayster! and in a bunch of different directions at the same time! Your models are very good, and your use of key framing is absolutely ground-breaking!

I liked the way you paid homage to Snoopy by having the dog lie on the top of his dog house

I also liked the way you made the alien peek out from behind things. Something about that is inherently funny!

And your turnaround time is very fast, which is one of my goals too... in the past few months, you've probably posted more clips than anybody.. and they've all been good! I identify strongly with your approach to story telling, so your works serves as a good model for me to emulate!

Keep up the good work!



Thanks PatMarrNC, Snoopy was one of my all time favorites as a kid and still is, and the Road Runner cartoons was also a favorite to, I wanted to do something that would bring back that old school feel by using all the same tricks that they used, sitting their watching them when I was growing up was my after school kill time, and man I miss those days, so what better way to experiment with the Key Frame by mimicking those tricks with models, so the next Alien Grey will have more tricks and gadgets.
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02/05/2016 05:43:03

Rocque
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That was really fun to watch. I know as a kid I would love it, and as a kid who never really grew up (at least I tried not to give up on that fun mindset), I really enjoyed your Alien Grey (Cow Abduction). The colors were well chosen for the cartoon atmosphere, and a lot of your props reminded me of Legos and now I want to use Legos in an animation for some models. I bet someone already has or will get there before I do.

Others have commented on the sound effects, and I agree with what has been said so far. I can not even begin to imagine how you created everything you did here. It makes me want to quit work, and just play. However then I would not have a home or electricity so I will give up on that idea for now.

I look forward to more Alien Grey. Never Give Up is one of my favorite sayings. Thanks for sharing.
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02/05/2016 06:24:27

clayster2012Muvizu mogul
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Rocque wrote:
That was really fun to watch. I know as a kid I would love it, and as a kid who never really grew up (at least I tried not to give up on that fun mindset), I really enjoyed your Alien Grey (Cow Abduction). The colors were well chosen for the cartoon atmosphere, and a lot of your props reminded me of Legos and now I want to use Legos in an animation for some models. I bet someone already has or will get there before I do.

Others have commented on the sound effects, and I agree with what has been said so far. I can not even begin to imagine how you created everything you did here. It makes me want to quit work, and just play. However then I would not have a home or electricity so I will give up on that idea for now.

I look forward to more Alien Grey. Never Give Up is one of my favorite sayings. Thanks for sharing.



Thanks Rocque, you really touched me, yes never give up, how much I believe in that, and you just made me want to continue Alien Grey, thank you for the encouragement.
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02/05/2016 08:48:17

artpenMuvizu mogulExperimental user
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Great video clayster! Really great movie making.

I really liked the way you chose the music for the characters, it worked a treat, very nice staging and timing.

Yes, a lovely homage to the Loony Tunes era.

Keep em coming Clayster.

artpen
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02/05/2016 17:22:42

clayster2012Muvizu mogul
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artpen wrote:
Great video clayster! Really great movie making.

I really liked the way you chose the music for the characters, it worked a treat, very nice staging and timing.

Yes, a lovely homage to the Loony Tunes era.

Keep em coming Clayster.

artpen


Hey artpen ol buddy long time no see.... how you been? anway glad you liked the toon, the Alien thing along with finger pistols are dangerous are now my primary goals, maybe from time to time Ill do more Star Wars Spoofs, but doing my own ideas is where I need to be, thanks to the encouragement from a good friend here on the forum, He knows he is and I owe him thanks for that, anyways pal I may need help on some good cartoon voices if you or anyone els is game, right now I'm writing the next Alien Grey episode and may need some voices to get it going, names will be in the credits, let me know, and if anyone els would like to help just message.
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