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    Gloves? Is that like rubber things you put on your hands?


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    I know, crazy idea right?


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    One of the few I watched where I said I could see this on TV.

    The sound certainly needs work, but overall an excellent entry. I enjoyed watching this.
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    Thanks Jeremy. Since I shot it with a digital camera, I was able to output the file as a 1080p file easily. That helped give the spot a clean-ish look.


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    Yeah, you could totally outperform Red with that thing. Of course you'd have to ask the actors to move really slowly though.


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    Hey Carlton. Great work. This was another of those where I felt I was watching a prime-time network spot. My co-hort Aldo does stop-motion and claymation as well and we appreciate just how hard it is to do well. VO work was top notch IMHO also.

    Excellent entry. This was one I voted for. Thanks for sharing!


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    This was definitely one of the most creative entries in the fest. Nice job!
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    I liked it. I would have liked to see a product though.
    Professionally done. Looks and sounds legit.
    But, you didn't sell me anything.
    Still, I give it a pretty hi rating. Everything's there but the product.
    If you had of sold a toy , maybe clay, plastercine, playdoh...
    Very well done though. Congrats.

    -I watched again and tried to convince myself this WAS about plastercine but...


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    I wish I could make it a commercial for Plasticine. That's the best stop-motion clay out there. Unfortunately here in the USA, all we have that matches Plasticine is a clay called Van Aken. It's ok, but it doesn't have the same consistency as Plasticine and it melts easier, which is a bad thing considering all the hot lights needed for filmmaking.

    Thanks for the comments. I suppose this is more of one of those "framilarize the consumer with the product" kind of ads, rather than a "buy this product" ad. =)


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    Cool spot! Judging by the two shorts of yours that I've seen (this and you SpyFest entry) you like to try and do something that no one else is doing. Major points for that. I'm not sure how wide-spread these commercials are, but this style reminded me of the Optimum commercials that I've seen lately:

    http://youtube.com/watch?v=0UCNeG6NUes

    And I really think you nailed that kind of presentation -- but with the added benefit of fun clay-mation I liked it! Nice job!


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