"I hope it will Mike
The movements are based on a computer render to show what the animator wants and I hope we get something in that range :)
this is a picture of the bottom lip pin joint made from brass."
"I use stay brite solder for the 1/8 ball joints as the melting point is low
I hold the 1/16 rod in a vise and put the ball on top with the flux and solder in the hole then I put some metal stock on the ball and heat it up with a propane torch and…"
"My "original" idea was to make feathers "individually" on bristol paper(a heavy gage/weight) and color them with pastels or ink(whatever yields best results-do a few tests).The paper can be folded and formed as well as hold…"
what I would look into is having artwork printed on the vinyl , that would be my first test.
I was always thinking of having feathers made like how they make faux flowers! some of that stuff is very real looking !"
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.
First of all this book has a lot of great info, two thumbs up to the authors.My question is I see something called maxi-plast rubber and Plastazote what are these two items? Since the book is from England, maybe it is something they only have…Continue
Hi all, I'm new on here and just getting into animation. Got my interest from my 9 year old who makes little Lego movies. I'm more interested in claymation and other forms of stop motion. I've been playing around with some Newplast but having…Continue
Hey all,I'm working on a new short film called Uncle Antlers, which, while not primarily stop-motion like my past films (https://vimeo.com/11362592), contains elements of it and I'm animating it traditionally…Continue
On Thursday night we had the "Best of Festival" screening and awards ceremony for a film festival that I did a stop animation for. My film "Percipient" was selected for the Best of Fest screening and nominated for a pile of awards. I ended up…Continue