Hi there, I've got some questions about frame rate (Frames per second). This kind of question makes my head hurt a bit, and I hope I can get some clarity here. I'm doing a stop-motion film, I use…Continue
"I'd like to get a better grasp on your question: when you say, "Is 3D Printing joints the best method for stop motion?" That sounds like you wonder if your armature should be 3d Printed?
If That's correct, then I guess it…"
"I haven't used magnets to hold down a wire armature, but I do use a wire armature with tie-downs. Here's what I think would be things to thing about: Wire armatures work well for light characters, but if your character is heavy, (like his…"
Securing can be done in a few ways. Tie-downs are useful for standing shots with walking/posing/ and the feet are visible. But for waist-up medium shots, I use some character stands that I had to make from scratch. They are…"
"I'd recommend J-B Weld to do the attachment. It is a 2-part epoxy mix that, once hardened, is very strong. It works very well on brass tubing and with aluminum braided wire.
If you'd like the tail removable for whatever…"
It's a good question and I think I can help because I tried a few dead ends before finding a good way for me to work. It depends on what your characters are. Reading your script, it seems like just normal human…"
Nice set! It looks cool. Your set is pretty small, and getting a big camera in there may be really limiting. you need a small camera and a way to anchor it to the set so it doesn't move. The google phone may be your best bet (with some…"
Thanks for this take on it. I will do some more tests to see how much work it would be to get a few 24fps shots in there without making some layers go on 1s and 2s in the same shot. I appreciate the feedback so far.
I did decide the fps…"
I understand your frustration and confusion. You can mix shooting on ones or twos within a short, I do not recommend mixing them within a shot. You will give yourself a headache! I am following your progress on Twitter and I recommend you…"
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