"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 !"
"This is incredible work! The wings look great, and the steel armature looks very precise. How in the world did you machine something so intricate? Truly impressive. I can't wait to see the whole thing together. "
Hello Guys! Oh by the way! Any of you guys casted Resin Eyes before? I know the basic principal of resin casting! I've done it in the past! I've just never tried it with spherical objects! Any of you guys know how to do it?…Continue
I'd been experimenting with the possibilities of slow motion and how to achieve that slick, ultra slow look in stop motion. And after a while of testing, I decided to make a short film to showcase the effect. It is a spoof of all those fancy perfume…Continue
I've historically always done the rod in feet, plugging holes method, but really want to up my game.I keep looking for behind-the-scenes footage that may give me a glimpse of how the larger studios do their tie downs. From what I gather, Laika does…Continue