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Hendrikus De Vaan replied to deschaud gilles's discussion Chase Me
"Yeah, that's tiny. My characters would generally be between 15 and 30cm, so I guess the lines would be barely visible. A million times better than an extruder printer anyway. I will get an extruder printer for functional machine parts. I'm…"
6 hours ago
deschaud gilles replied to deschaud gilles's discussion Chase Me
"The layering is more visible with flat surface. With round and organic shape it will be less visible.It's also depending of the orientation of the model. My main character are between 3 to 7cm and the layer are somewhat visible ( see pic…"
6 hours ago
Hendrikus De Vaan replied to Hendrikus De Vaan's discussion Anyone else excited about the mirrorless camera support coming to Dragonframe?
"I think that is just for the current version though. From what I understand, the new version of DF coming out later this year will have native shooting support for both the GH4 and A7s, using HDMI for liveview still."
9 hours ago
Hendrikus De Vaan replied to Paul's discussion Paranorman Eyes
"I'd also LOVE a copy of the 3d file if anyone has access too it. Super valuable educational resource for me!"
9 hours ago
Hendrikus De Vaan replied to deschaud gilles's discussion Chase Me
"Awesome. Might have to give it a go when I've got enough money aside to buy the Form1+.  Sorry, last question, but; I got a sample part from formlabs, and there is visible layering on the hard surface portions of models. Which is fine for…"
9 hours ago
deschaud gilles replied to deschaud gilles's discussion Chase Me
"Thanks a lot Hendrikus ! I found it via the kickstarter campaign years ago. I was completely new in the 3D prints stuff and i think was lucky to bet on the form1. I would not have been able to do it with a "classical" FDM printer.I think…"
10 hours ago
Roger Beck posted a discussion

Tumble Leaf

This is a really well made stop motion show that was done as an Amazon Original…Such incredible craftsmanship. I'm kind of surprised that they're still making top quality stop motion kids' shows like this anymore since everything seems to be going to CGI (Fireman Sam, Postman Pat, etc.).See More
11 hours ago
Hendrikus De Vaan replied to deschaud gilles's discussion Chase Me
"Also, 80 liters of resin!?! That's about 10,000 euro worth. Did you buy it from formlabs, or did you make it yourself/ find a cheaper source?"
11 hours ago
Hendrikus De Vaan replied to deschaud gilles's discussion Chase Me
"This is super cool! Can't wait to see the full film when you release it! How did you find the Form1? I'm thinking of getting one. Is there a steep learning curve to this 3d printing stuff? I'm proficient in Maya, but 3D printing…"
11 hours ago
deschaud gilles posted a discussion

Chase Me

Hello Everyone,I'm really happy to tell you that my short movie is finished.It was possible thanks to some of your advices on this forum ! I'm really grateful for that ! I hope you will like it.A trailer and little making-of is available here : http://www.chasemefilm.com/See More
11 hours ago
Don Carlson replied to Paul's discussion Paranorman Eyes
"Strider- "I don't remember anymore where I heard this one, but somebody once chopped up a bunch of steel wool and packed it inside the eyes when casting them from resin for metal content"That came from an interview with Stephen…"
19 hours ago
Chris Caufield replied to Paul's discussion Paranorman Eyes
"This is great stuff!!! Does anyone have more info on this, inbox me if you do, thanks!"
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Roos Mattaar replied to Roos Mattaar's discussion Home set up for silver soldering
"Yeah I did read about that, not sure about the right search term to find out which fans are made like that. Will have a little look into kitchen hood and clothes dryer blower fans. :)Now I've also learned that a difference between axial fans…"
Thursday
Strider replied to Roos Mattaar's discussion Home set up for silver soldering
"I'm sure you've seen this probably in many different threads on spraybooths, but some kinds of fans are made so the motor itself isn't in the airflow path. If you use a fan like that then solvents etc won't get to the motor. Not…"
Thursday
Roos Mattaar replied to Roos Mattaar's discussion My first ball & socket armature - a vulture bird
"I will check soon what the premiere rules are with any festivals I may still be entered into (can hardly remember all I tried :P) and with the tv broadcast and put it online as soon as I know it should be fine. Probably pretty soon. Will be more…"
Thursday
Roos Mattaar replied to Roos Mattaar's discussion Home set up for silver soldering
"Seem to be some mixed up terms. So brazing is done with brass, but also with other alloys. Anyway, silver soldering is also called silver brazing and a type of brazing, as far as I understand. :PThis looks like an interesting article about building…"
Thursday
 
 
 

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Chase Me

Started by deschaud gilles in YOUR STOPMO FILM PROJECT. Last reply by Hendrikus De Vaan 6 hours ago. 6 Replies

Hello Everyone,I'm really happy to tell you that my short movie is finished.It was possible thanks to some of your advices on this forum ! I'm really grateful for that ! I hope you will like it.A trailer and little making-of is available here : …Continue

Anyone else excited about the mirrorless camera support coming to Dragonframe?

Started by Hendrikus De Vaan in CAMERA & STAGE. Last reply by Hendrikus De Vaan 9 hours ago. 17 Replies

So browsing the Dragonframe forums, it looks like the GH4 and A7s are among some of the new cameras that will be supported in Dragonframe 4. I have no idea what other cameras they are planning to add, but this seems like a really useful…Continue

Paranorman Eyes

Started by Paul in GENERAL PUPPET MAKING. Last reply by Hendrikus De Vaan 9 hours ago. 20 Replies

Hi All,Anybody got any info about how Paranormans Eyes work and what theyre made of?Ive watched all the featurettes I can watch and while it shows the eyes in plenty of them Im still not sure of the full workings of them. It looks like the eyelids…Continue

Tumble Leaf

Started by Roger Beck in STOP MOTION FILM DISCUSSION 11 hours ago. 0 Replies

This is a really well made stop motion show that was done as an Amazon Original…Such incredible craftsmanship. I'm kind of surprised that they're still making top quality stop motion kids' shows like this anymore since everything seems to be going…Continue

Tags: Television, Bix Pix Entertainment, Kids' Show, Children's Show, Tumble Leaf

Home set up for silver soldering

Started by Roos Mattaar in MACHINE SHOP. Last reply by Roos Mattaar on Thursday. 10 Replies

Hi there,Not a very much used part of the message board it seems here, but seems most appropriate for my question...I finally have a great space to use as my own stop motion workshop/studio, hooray!I have done some ball and socket armature making…Continue

My first ball & socket armature - a vulture bird

Started by Roos Mattaar in ARMATURES. Last reply by Roos Mattaar on Thursday. 11 Replies

Hello everyone,I was planning to just share some pictures in the album I already started earlier, when working on the first wing, but for some reason I haven't been able to add more pictures to the album... (I posted the problem I have in the forum…Continue

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