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yoyo posted a video

Stop Motion Final Fighters: Dragon Ball Legend Ep6 Trailer——定格动画《龙珠传说》第六集预告片

YOYO STOP MOTION. Final Fighters: Dragon Ball Legend, Episode 6, Trailer. Gee, the biggest "BOSS" in Dragon Ball shows up, which is no other than Goku. Right...
8 hours ago
Robbie Pannell posted a photo

Couch Sleeper

Just finished up this little couch for my sleeper. :)
20 hours ago
Leonardo Ponzano commented on Leonardo Ponzano's video
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"Thank you very much, we are very happy that you like it!"
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Dave Hettmer replied to Jason Whetzell's discussion Mystery Clay (Pro-Clay vs. Monster Clay)
"I use Monster Clay for larger things that don't need a lot of detail that I can whip out quickly.  I made prosthetics for Evil Dead The Musical and Young Frankenstein The Musical with Monster Clay. I use Chavant NSP medium/hard and hard…"
yesterday
Jason Whetzell replied to Jason Whetzell's discussion Mystery Clay (Pro-Clay vs. Monster Clay)
"Just to be clear the clay on the left is monster and the clay on the right is the Pro Clay.  So the color on the right is different.   I'm going to try castilene, y2klay, and another automotive chavant non sulphur clay.…"
yesterday
StopmoNick replied to Jason Whetzell's discussion Mystery Clay (Pro-Clay vs. Monster Clay)
"That doesn't look like the Monster Clay I have.  Mine is more of a dark brown, except with a slight translucency owing to the waxiness.  I got some because it melts very well, and Richard Svensson seems to get really good results with…"
yesterday
Jason Whetzell replied to Jason Whetzell's discussion Mystery Clay (Pro-Clay vs. Monster Clay)
"I just tried to have an open mind and I tried sculpting with monster clay. It gets so soft in my hand it's like trying to sculpt melting taffy.  Completely impossible for quality small stop motion hands. I guess people who like it use it…"
yesterday
Jason Whetzell replied to Jason Whetzell's discussion Mystery Clay (Pro-Clay vs. Monster Clay)
"https://vid.me/Ynmp Here is how the "pro clay" (hand) holds up against monster clay (blob of clay).  Monster clay is really over rated on hardness, it's softer than sculpey (I know it's a different type of clay but still.…"
yesterday
Jason Whetzell replied to Jason Whetzell's discussion Mystery Clay (Pro-Clay vs. Monster Clay)
"Yeah I saw that super sculpey and at first I was wow maybe it's a wax based version of sculpey, buy it's still a polymer. The bag I had it in was written in sharpie and just read "Pro Clay Firm" I'm going to post a video and…"
yesterday
Antonio J. Cebrián commented on Don Carlson's photo
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"So, you will make a new putty formula? interesting. About the storing process, I suppose the best will be keep it on original package. Does it? I don't know when will need every colour in the future. It could be years... "
yesterday
Antonio J. Cebrián commented on Leonardo Ponzano's video
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"Wonderful little details: those small and soft movements of the hands, the bottle falling. Really the puppet becomes alive."
yesterday
Antonio J. Cebrián replied to Savannah Winchester's discussion Stove-burner flame, pot full of water, and lighting / shock bolt special effects
"Yes, I will try to find them"
yesterday
Strider replied to Savannah Winchester's discussion Stove-burner flame, pot full of water, and lighting / shock bolt special effects
"Nice!! Thanks for explaining Antonio. Yeah, that looks like some good stuff - useful for water animation if you get the clear silicone ones. "
yesterday
StopmoNick replied to Jason Whetzell's discussion Mystery Clay (Pro-Clay vs. Monster Clay)
"I haven't heard of Pro Clay, but I did try a sculpting material called CX5 that seems to be wax based (you can melt it) which is seriously hard.  This hardness lets you carve extremely fine detail into it.  It says on the pack…"
yesterday
Antonio J. Cebrián replied to Savannah Winchester's discussion Stove-burner flame, pot full of water, and lighting / shock bolt special effects
"Well, I have slight problems with translation in this matter . The bars I said are used in dental appliances for teenagers teeth. A piece of it is modeled and applied on sharp metal parts for preventing injuries inside the mouth.But I just…"
yesterday
Ron Cole replied to Ron Cole's discussion Live Chat On AnimateClay.com Reminder
" Less than an hour to go before the start another episode of the most watched, highest rated, most talked about stop motion animation weekly live show on the internet!"
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Puppet Putty

Puppet Putty is formulated by clay animator Don Carlson. Properties include colors that do not bleed on your hands, a matte finish, cleans up with water, is very light weight, firm, non-greasy and has a silky texture.

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Mystery Clay (Pro-Clay vs. Monster Clay)

Started by Jason Whetzell in SCULPTING. Last reply by Dave Hettmer yesterday. 8 Replies

I really love waxed based clays like monster clay but I've always wanted it to be harder.I got a gift bag recently from my local FX shop (Frendsbeauty) and it had the perfect square of clay in it called..."Pro-Clay"They told me they discontinued it…Continue

Stove-burner flame, pot full of water, and lighting / shock bolt special effects

Started by Savannah Winchester in GENERAL SPECIAL EFFECTS. Last reply by Antonio J. Cebrián yesterday. 8 Replies

I have a couple of effects I'd like to achieve so I'll just sneak them all in this post. 1.  Small flame for a gas stove burner.The eyes/burners are fairly small with pots and pans on top. I'm looking to make small flames. The burner itself is a…Continue

Tags: burner, flame, water, eye, stove

Live Chat On AnimateClay.com Reminder

Started by Ron Cole in ANIMATOR TALK. Last reply by Ron Cole yesterday. 251 Replies

Don't forget, on WEDNESDAYS (Thursdays on the first week of each month)  there's a…Continue

Better ways to paint Platsil Gel 10 ?

Started by Frej Bengtsson & Stellan Rutstam in CASTING. Last reply by michelangelo on Tuesday. 14 Replies

Howdy y'all!I'm having some difficulties with painting Platsil Gel 10, I was recommended as a cheap solution to buy regular oil colors mixed with silicone. To thin it out I used a small bottle of chemical clean heptane/gasoline. But I'm not…Continue

Lolly (college short film)

Started by Will Tebo in YOUR STOPMO FILM PROJECT. Last reply by Will Tebo on Tuesday. 3 Replies

Hey everyone, here's the "candy" short film I teased about a few months ago! I appreciate the advice I got from here, it helped me out a lot.I made this for a college class over a busy semester. The animation was done on non-consecutive days over…Continue

Tags: candy, monster, elfman, burton, gothic

Please Introduce Yourself

Started by Anthony Scott in CHAT BOARD. Last reply by Susan Guy on Monday. 447 Replies

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