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skyrim weapons

"Thankyou! they are made of Apoxie Sculpt. Its fun to carve once it hardens, its very strong and can take fine detail. Im planning after christmas season is over to make the supple ancient nord bow and then finish up the skeleton and begin to animate."
Dec 2, 2012
Swirro commented on Russell Jeschke's photo
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"Wow! Looks great! What are they made of?"
Dec 2, 2012
Brandon Ayers commented on Russell Jeschke's photo
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"I could tell right off that they are the Ancient Nord weapons, nice work!"
Dec 2, 2012
Russell Jeschke replied to Swirro's discussion Question about replacement faces
"there is alot more on there blog too  "
Nov 29, 2012
Russell Jeschke replied to Swirro's discussion Question about replacement faces
"Hi, I just saw your blog and remembered how very inciteful this was to me.. have a look. These brothers do amazing stuff! http://joshua-flynn.blogspot.com/2011/04/puppet-head-sculpt-mail-man-part-iii.html"
Nov 29, 2012
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skyrim weapons

Here are a couple of weapons I am making for my skeleton figure. They are based off the Ancient Nord weapons off of skyrim. I am not quite done, and look forward to painting them... would really like some life size ones too!!
Nov 29, 2012
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"that is really nice. whats that made out of?  "
Nov 29, 2012
Rick Catizone commented on Russell Jeschke's blog post Working with Replacements in Animation
"The main point of replacement is that you spend much less time animating a shot with a  lot of dialogue. For a simple set, you can get away with about 8 heads or so. Depends what the demands are, your budget, and resources. Best, Rick"
Nov 20, 2012
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Nov 12, 2012
Russell Jeschke commented on Russell Jeschke's blog post Working with Replacements in Animation
"wow, that is impressive! I guess its as far as you want to go in possibility and future ease of using the replacements  "
Nov 11, 2012
Sean O'Hara commented on Russell Jeschke's blog post Working with Replacements in Animation
"Typically, the face/ mouth is rigid and replaced for every frame of filming. Nightmare Before Christmas' Jack had over 400 heads created for this purpose, Sally had just over 100. In Paranorman, because computers were used in not only the…"
Nov 9, 2012
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Working with Replacements in Animation

As with my last blog post, I am 'asking the question'. I dont know very much about the process of replacement parts in stop motion. I have seen heads with many replacement mouths or even heads. Usually different extreme expressions are made, one of my questions is, do people make as many heads are parts as the frames it takes to get to the expression? Or do people make an extreme that is still moldable and only animate it within a small range and insert another and do the same till they have…See More
Nov 8, 2012
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Nov 8, 2012
Russell Jeschke replied to Strider's discussion Whoawaitwhat!!???!!! Lucas sold Star Wars franchise to Disney??!!!??
"i just heard! the new movie features this jedi princess.. that lives with 7 little ewoks and finds herself running from her evil step-mother! "
Nov 7, 2012
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"very nice set! "
Nov 7, 2012
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"I realize i forgot to attach the clavicles but they are made  "
Nov 7, 2012

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Working with Replacements in Animation

Posted on November 8, 2012 at 11:49pm 3 Comments

As with my last blog post, I am 'asking the question'. I dont know very much about the process of replacement parts in stop motion. I have seen heads with many replacement mouths or even heads. Usually different extreme expressions are made, one of my questions is, do people make as many heads are parts as the frames it takes to get to the expression? Or do people make an extreme that is still moldable and only animate it within a small range and insert another and do the same till they have…

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trying to work with what you got (CAMERA)

Posted on October 31, 2012 at 10:17am 7 Comments

I don't know if im in the same boat as some other people, but I have a camcorder. I have a newer unprofessial grade (for what else for an amateur) canon vixia hf r300 and I have started using SMP. The camera has hdmi and a mini usb port. Neither of them allow for a stream into stop motion pro. The computer doesn't recognize it as it for this. Is this something that has to be solved through the av port to a usb video adapter or is there some way that will keep the HD resolution? Did anyone… Continue

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COLD MEETS

Started by Marnik in YOUR STOPMO FILM PROJECT. Last reply by Marnik 3 hours ago. 1 Reply

After about 19 months of work, here is my completed film Cold Meets:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ok2EHkZTgiMPlease enjoy!Marnik…Continue

Tags: clay, detective, salami, plasticine, noir

Paranorman Eyes

Started by Paul in GENERAL PUPPET MAKING. Last reply by Mike 8 hours ago. 21 Replies

Hi All,Anybody got any info about how Paranormans Eyes work and what theyre made of?Ive watched all the featurettes I can watch and while it shows the eyes in plenty of them Im still not sure of the full workings of them. It looks like the eyelids…Continue

Anyone else excited about the mirrorless camera support coming to Dragonframe?

Started by Hendrikus De Vaan in CAMERA & STAGE. Last reply by Hendrikus De Vaan 12 hours ago. 19 Replies

So browsing the Dragonframe forums, it looks like the GH4 and A7s are among some of the new cameras that will be supported in Dragonframe 4. I have no idea what other cameras they are planning to add, but this seems like a really useful…Continue

Chase Me

Started by deschaud gilles in YOUR STOPMO FILM PROJECT. Last reply by deschaud gilles 12 hours ago. 8 Replies

Hello Everyone,I'm really happy to tell you that my short movie is finished.It was possible thanks to some of your advices on this forum ! I'm really grateful for that ! I hope you will like it.A trailer and little making-of is available here : …Continue

Tumble Leaf

Started by Roger Beck in STOP MOTION FILM DISCUSSION yesterday. 0 Replies

This is a really well made stop motion show that was done as an Amazon Original…Such incredible craftsmanship. I'm kind of surprised that they're still making top quality stop motion kids' shows like this anymore since everything seems to be going…Continue

Tags: Television, Bix Pix Entertainment, Kids' Show, Children's Show, Tumble Leaf

Home set up for silver soldering

Started by Roos Mattaar in MACHINE SHOP. Last reply by Roos Mattaar on Thursday. 10 Replies

Hi there,Not a very much used part of the message board it seems here, but seems most appropriate for my question...I finally have a great space to use as my own stop motion workshop/studio, hooray!I have done some ball and socket armature making…Continue

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