"I approached my facial animation in a similar way. The heads of my characters are rigid air-dry clay, and the brows / eyelids are plasticine. This clay won't dry over time, and sticks just fine to the rigid face. If you make your eyebrows and…"
"Unbaked eyebrows - sounds like it could work. The only caution I can think of is that when unbaked Sculpey is left alone it gets a bit firm, so it might crack or peel off the first time you try moving it. But if, at the start of the…"
I’m planning on making a short stop motion film for the first time, and I thought I’d ask you guys for some advice!My idea was to build the head with sculpey, bake it, and then add eyebrows + moustache without baking them, in order to animate these parts afterwards. As an option, I thought about using magnets for brows + moustache, baking them as well, and having different versions of the moustache for replacement. Will it work like that? How hard will it be to replace/reshape/move those parts…See More