Hey dudes I just got a marvel legends black spiderman action figure and I wanted to know how to make a rig for it so that he can jump and swing. I used some paper clips and they worked decently well…Continue
"The rigging is visible in some of the shots, so you need to take it out in Photoshop or After Effects or a similar program, by shooting an empty plate first - a shot without the puppets in it - then either masking or erasing through from the frame…"
"Aluminum wire is usually used for rigging and it will have a piece of square stock epoxied to the end of it that would fit into a larger piece of square stock that is epoxied inside of the puppet. The wire can then be attached to a heavy base or…"
Hello everyone!! I just made a new subreddit for stopmotion animation. It is www.reddit.com/r/StopmotionAnimators. The only rule is that posts must be stopmotion related. Depending on how many people start using it I may need some mods so message me if you want to be one!! Hope to see you guys there! :)See More
"Is that a 6" tall figure?
I usually use some aluminium armature wire to hold my puppets up for jumping and flying. It might take a few strands of 3mm (1/8th") wire to hold it up with my 10" - 12" puppets. Not sure how…"
Hey dudes I just got a marvel legends black spiderman action figure and I wanted to know how to make a rig for it so that he can jump and swing. I used some paper clips and they worked decently well but it wasn't too good. any tips?See More
"it's looks kinda funny, but, dude, you need to improve your skills
cause for now - it's a slide show. and as for environment, i mean, the table, and the wall, if you build a simple LEGO wall on a background, it will looks much…"
StopMotionAnimation.com has been hit hard by spammers lately. They have been creating several fake accounts every day, contacting and harassing members and posting suspicious content. If you see anything suspicious, don't click on any links, instead, send me their User Name. I will suspend them.