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Wednesday, August 16, 2023

Zoinks! Look, A Fan-Made Scooby Animation!

Scooby Doo, Where Are You? In...
When the gang visits Freddy Fazbear's Pizza, they must investigate a mysterious case of the animatronics getting a bit quirky at night.
Created in Blender 3.5
A.I. DISCLAIMER: I am not a fan of AI. The only reason I used AI voices for Fred, daphne, Velma, and SG Kluger is because I can’t really afford to pay a ton of voice actors ATM, and it’s also difficult to find impersonators for the gang other than Shaggy and Scooby. This isn’t intended to make money, it’s honestly created as a portfolio piece and giant joke that took me way too long to animate. so I just used AI considering I’m a one man team and don’t have the means for many voice actors at the moment. If it counts for anything, the rest of the video is painstakingly designed, modeled, textured, animated, lit, rendered, edited, composited, and posted all by me, 1000% from scratch by hand with nothing other than my own brain and creative drive doing the work. I even learned to do a Scooby impression so I could voice Scooby myself! I have some original shorts in the works and I plan for those to be completely AI free, so consider this video a launch pad for my Patreon and my work so that i will be able to bring on more talent in the future. Thanks for the support everyone, it’s very much appreciated. This is a fan animation. I do not own the rights to any of the content in the video. Fair use permits the commentary, criticism, or parody of a copyrighted work without having a license from the copyright holder.   - Eagan Tilghman

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