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Get 3 Lamps The last thing for you to do when animating is use "daylight". Animating under sunlight is often a disaster. Why? Well sunlight changes second by second because of shading from clouds or simply just over the morning with regards to position. Thus whenever you are taking a snapshot to your stop motion lego animation the lighting will have changed. The light levels won't be apparent for you but when you take part in the animation back you will note what appears to be "light flicker". This is very distracting on the viewer. So to counteract it you'll want to filter out daylight to a large extent and rehearse artificial light. Three standard desk lamps is adequate nicely. Place them strategically around your set and maybe use some paper to dampen down or reflect the harsher lamps to soften the appearance and get away from light glare. Continuous traffic: We all remember traditional animation, which has been carried out with hand drawn art. A group of animators illustrated and colored the pictures on celluloid. The celluloid was transparent sheets, the place that the hand drawings were transferred. Each of these "cells", since they were called, were then photographed individually which has a super 8 or Oxford camera. Whew ! Lots of work? Well after a while, technology has allowed animators to use CGI or Computer Generated Imagery to exchange the "painful" frustrating work of the past. Everytime you refresh the home screen, the flip clock starts 1 hour and two minutes returning to flaunt the flip animation. You can disable this extra animation so it only flips when it must flips. Download the modified manila file (1542). Disable HTC Sense in Today settings. Backup original Windows file (you are likely to overwrite) in your SD card. Extract downloaded file to Windows directory on your own device (overwriting the initial). Enable HTC Sense again in today settings.