What can you say? It's original, that's for sure! Had there been a TRex of that size around when the KT asteroid hit, it could've been a whole different story.
ha ha, cheers Kev. The biggest job is photoshopping out the supports for the Moon and the pin holding up the Zero X!
It's certainly different Woodsy. Are you going through a bit of abstract phase in your film making?
I just do what takes my fancy Scoop. Stop motion is time consuming and has to be short for me to do it. Seeing the styrene orb in a craft shop gave me the inspiration for this latest flick. I imagine you would have to be pretty damn good to attempt proper model work or live action with real humans! Have a go guys, you've get the sets and the props!
Never done stop motion Woodsy, wouldn't know where to start. Judging from your experience it's sounds a lot of fun but a little difficult. I'd really love to do a film using proper models and sets but those are relatively easy to produce, I reckon it's the effects and lighting that I'd fall down on. Then there's the sound effects and copyright free music. Plus I'd need someone to work the models and sort the special effects. On top of that I'd need a nice clear space to act as a studio - but it's not putting me off! : D
hahahaha, well every great film maker has to start somewhere :-)
wow Ed! Does that mean I've started?!£? ha ha