I'm going to a pre cartoon to learn how to use the software and get the feel of stop motion. I don't want to many surprises. So far I'm off to a very slow start.. I have the armature started, but I…Continue
"I buy the K & S brass tubing in hobby stores, the ones that sell model kits and radio control planes and model railway stuff. There is usually a rack with the different sizes that fit inside each other.
2 or 3 strands of 1/16th"…"
"yeah, plumbers putty. I probably wont use that again ,sure made a mess. I may use oven bake clay next time. I used the 1/16 armature wire. I do like the idea of the k&s tubing. I do appreciate your suggestions Brandon and Simon. Where's a…"
"Is that plumber's epoxy to hold the shape? What gauge wire are you using for the arms? Looks like you are using the same gauge all the way around? You'll want the legs / lower half to be stiffer than the arms usually. As you don't…"
I'm going to a pre cartoon to learn how to use the software and get the feel of stop motion. I don't want to many surprises. So far I'm off to a very slow start.. I have the armature started, but I think I'm going to redo the head. When I get it finished Ill use it as an avatar. I've given myself a year for this project, and the main project, but I think it may take longer. Your suggestions are always welcome.See More
"Hello all my name is Margie, I'm 53 I've always wanted to do animation, there just wasn't a class that taught it when I was in school. About 15 or so years ago I found photoshop with image ready, and I played with that. Now I…"
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