Oh no I meant actually cleaning up the images so that the clay doesn't look like it's moving about...
I know the actual animation isn't smooth, we only had a week to do it so it was the best I could do within the time constraints, I'm aware that's less than perfect and I know how to add more frames to make it smoother in that respect, thank you for the suggestion though.
I just really want to know how to keep the dirt from getting on the clay, or at least how to edit it out in a way that looks professional.
That's the thing, I literally carried wipes around with me this entire project, cleaning my hands and wiping down surfaces obsessively and the darn model still got covered in bits. Where did the bits even come from?! I don't even know if it's a common problem because every time I try googling it, all I get is stuff about cleaning clay out of carpets.