Hey all, Just asking a favor: If any of you have pictures of armatures you have made, particularly pictures taken before any dressing has been added, can you post them below? I'm just trying to get…Continue
Hey all, I have made some progress on my stop-motion research project. Go to my blog here to follow along.In short, I finished one ball and socket armature. It being my first one, it has a few problems, but it was exciting to see it come together. I should have some tests done by the end of this week. I'll be making two more this spring. Here's a picture:…See More
Hey all, Just asking a favor: If any of you have pictures of armatures you have made, particularly pictures taken before any dressing has been added, can you post them below? I'm just trying to get as much reference as I can before designing my own. I'm mainly concerned with B&S armatures, but would be happy to see any innovative wire armatures too.Thanks in advance,AdamSee More
Greetings,http://adamloomis.com/adamploomis.tumblr.comI'm 29, graduated in 2011 with a degree in Film Studies. In college, I took some electives in animation, but never really committed until about four years ago when I started 2D animation (see website/blog above). 2D digital hand-drawn animation was a great way for me to learn the principles fast on my…See More
"Looks great! The size of the hands and overall posture give it a lot of character already.
What are you using instead of a milling machine?
What materials are those? Looks like brass for everything, except the balls...?
How did you attach…"
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