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Realistic Cappuccino?

Started this discussion. Last reply by StopmoNick Jul 27, 2013. 1 Reply

This isn't directly related to stop motion, however I knew you all would have the best answers!I need to make a realistic cappuccino (not a tiny one, just a normal size fake one), I'm intending on…Continue

Mould Making

Started this discussion. Last reply by Strider May 23, 2013. 9 Replies

So I've spent the last few days making some moulds and casting a puppets hands and as I've been doing this I'm thinking this can't be how actual stop mo industry professionals do it is it?I've been…Continue

Tags: plastaline, plaster, silicone, casting, making

Buying Plastiline

Started this discussion. Last reply by John Horabin Feb 12, 2013. 13 Replies

Hello,I've had a look through the forum for an answer and am yet to find one so figured I'd post a new discussion to ask; does anyone know where I can buy plastiline (or an equivalent) from in the…Continue

Tags: sculpting, modelling, puppet, plastiline

 

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StopmoNick replied to Grace Diggens's discussion Realistic Cappuccino?
"For miniature beers with a frothy head, I used Q- cell microballoon filler on top of the liquid. It is a very light, fine white powder that floats on top. It might work in a larger scale. It isn't real froth, so it lasts long enough for me to…"
Jul 27, 2013
Grace Diggens posted a discussion

Realistic Cappuccino?

This isn't directly related to stop motion, however I knew you all would have the best answers!I need to make a realistic cappuccino (not a tiny one, just a normal size fake one), I'm intending on using a real cup and saucer but am struggling to think of what to fill the cup with to make it look like a cappuccino.. I did consider some sort of resin? Or maybe plaster and then I could paint it? If anyone has any ideas on what sort of material could be used for this I would love to hear. Hope this…See More
Jul 27, 2013
Strider replied to Grace Diggens's discussion Mould Making
"True - it's always exciting opening the packages. "
May 23, 2013
Tony Perry replied to Grace Diggens's discussion Mould Making
"Lol, okay sometimes you get the mix wrong and its an ugly sweater kind of Christmas, but its still Christmas :)"
May 23, 2013
Strider replied to Grace Diggens's discussion Mould Making
"Heh yeah, just like Christmas - sometimes you get the cool robot toy you wanted, sometimes you get ugly sweaters... "
May 23, 2013
Tony Perry replied to Grace Diggens's discussion Mould Making
"I love casting...it's like Christmas every time you open the mould."
May 23, 2013
Ibrahim Ali Albuainain replied to Grace Diggens's discussion Mould Making
"To be honest, the beauty of stop motion art and puppet making is the slow progress making every single item by hand and after months a product comes to life! That's why I really want to improve in making a very detailed puppet.   Good luck!"
May 23, 2013
StopmoNick replied to Grace Diggens's discussion Mould Making
"If someone were to invent a modelling material that you sculpted directly over the armature, then it set like a very soft (shore 10A) silicone, I would put my order in right now! Unless I want several identical copies of the same puppet, mouldmaking…"
May 8, 2013
Grace Diggens replied to Grace Diggens's discussion Mould Making
"Wow thanks for the great feedback guys. Really appreciate you taking the time to give such detailed responses! It was just an interesting thought I had whilst casting my hands, maybe this is a modelling revelation waiting to happen.. :P"
May 8, 2013
StopmoNick replied to Grace Diggens's discussion Mould Making
"Making moulds does take some time, whatever material you use to make it from.  But there is no material you can sculpt in directly that offers the properties of soft silicone rubber, or foam latex.  So sculpting in plasticine (or polymer…"
Apr 25, 2013
Strider replied to Grace Diggens's discussion Mould Making
"For features or series work they'd use plastic for molds most likely - but of course that's for silicone puppets. For foam latex I think gypsum is still the #1 performer. I have heard of using fiberglass molds but it raises problems with…"
Apr 25, 2013
Grace Diggens replied to izzy's discussion hello, I've got a quick question :)
"Hey Izzy! What a great choice of subject to choose for your presentation.. :)I guess I'll kick off the answers...  My opinion of stop motion is that it definitely is evolving and that the traditional techniques are being merged in with the…"
Apr 24, 2013
Grace Diggens posted a discussion

Mould Making

So I've spent the last few days making some moulds and casting a puppets hands and as I've been doing this I'm thinking this can't be how actual stop mo industry professionals do it is it?I've been using plastaline and plaster to make my moulds, but it's pretty time consuming and doing it on a huge scale can't be productive in the industry! Don't suppose anyone has any inside information to wether this technique is continued for professionals?See More
Apr 24, 2013
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Apr 11, 2013
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The Pianist (pre-post production masking)

"Wow, that was impressive, also like the voice of the pianist!, nice model and set too :)"
Apr 9, 2013
Grace Diggens commented on Dave Riley's video
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"For some reason the volume on my laptop was on full when I clicked play on this. Terrifying! "
Apr 1, 2013

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At 1:46pm on September 24, 2012, John Horabin said…

lolz hi grace, welcome to the dark side

At 1:47pm on September 24, 2012, John Horabin said…

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The Woods Where We Played

Started by Christopher Olsen in YOUR STOPMO FILM PROJECT. Last reply by Zaid 9 hours ago. 10 Replies

Hey guys, I've been a REALLY long time lurker, since the old boards, but I rarely made the time to really dig in and post a lot. Instead I would just find the info I needed, use it shamelessly and rarely even take the time to say "Hey thanks, that…Continue

Shanks FX Practical/Stop-Motion Effects

Started by Roger Beck in GENERAL SPECIAL EFFECTS. Last reply by Roger Beck 20 hours ago. 3 Replies

I thought that some folks here might be interested in this…http://www.moviemagicnow.com/There are some really cool practical effects that are covered.Here is an example video…Here is his…Continue

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I want to pour polyurethane foam inside a latex rubber skin puppet to fill the negative space

Started by Eric Halloy in GENERAL PUPPET MAKING. Last reply by Simon Tytherleigh 23 hours ago. 3 Replies

I want to pour polyurethane foam inside my latex rubber skin puppet to fill the negative space between the skin and the armature. The brand is FlexFoam-it III (the three pound density). I am at the stage in the construction of my puppet where I can…Continue

Stop motion Slider - Motion Control system recommendation

Started by Jantsch Niko in ANIMATION TOOLS & EQUIPMENT. Last reply by Simon Tytherleigh yesterday. 2 Replies

hello,i´m currently looking for an affordable Motion control system, do you have any suggestions?(preferable a system that works together with dragon stop motion)there is the axis360-pro from cineticsor the slider plus pro from edelkroneWhich system…Continue

DARK EARTH

Started by mattosaurus in STOP MOTION FILM DISCUSSION yesterday. 0 Replies

This is a must-fund project for a must-see movie.[url]https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/dark-earth-period-set-science-fantasy-adventure[/url]Continue

Rig removal with a camera move

Started by Christopher Olsen in STOP MOTION & COMPUTERS. Last reply by Christopher Olsen on Thursday. 10 Replies

Hey guys, what are everyone's thoughts/tips on rig removal in a moving camera shot? Example would be a pan or a tilt shot where the camera is continuously moving at the same time as the character is moving.Obviously the normal "take a static master…Continue

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