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Our last winner and new member gregr3398 (who won the Extraterrestrial challenge) came up with the newest challenge topic. Zombies! The rules are the same as always, if anyone needs to - please refer to our 5 Week Challenge Rules at the top of the page. Just remember that all entries must be made starting now and can't be previously made films. Good luck everyone!
It was another fun 5 week challenge for all our viewers during our live show tonight. You can watch how everyone voted (and watch all the films) here:
Sorry for a few small technical glitches. The winner as chosen by our audience was.....gregr3398! Congrats Greg for a job well done, it was a very funny short animation to watch.
As the winner you get to choose the next topic theme and get a downloadable prize from our online store. I'll PM you here after this. Once Greg replies I will post the new challenge topic in our forums for everyone.
Thanks as always for all of you who put your time into your films, they were great!
Some of these animations are nice. Can I ask - how did you make seven 24+ minute animations in one month just two months ago? That is a LOT of animation very fast. Are you a studio?
This group is so you can show your heads and get inspiration to make new heads.
I like the space suit helmets, the alien set is really creepy too. Really love it!
Birthdate18. 07. 1975
About meI created Animateclay.com for all new and experienced clay and stop motion animators. When I grew up, there were no really good resources or tutorials. Nowadays, I and many other animators built sites and the information can be accessed anywhere there is an internet connection. I hope this site helps anyone interested in this less-than-extinct art form.