KFC Stop Motion Video Shows Citizen Stack Vs. Tempest
Scaleface - Tuesday, August 05, 2014
Just released from Keith's Fantasy Club is a stop motion video to promote their Citizen Stack and Tempest figures. Also features X-Transbots Krank and Stax and some Hasbro/Takara toys. Animation by Harris Loureiro. Read on to watch the video now.
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That was some smooth@$$ stop motion! :thumb
That was awesome. He always does top notch animation. I think he probably didn't have time to fix all the blurry spots where I assume the supports for the animation frames were. I love the transformer accurate SFX for the laser cannons.
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