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How to make a Victorian Armchair and Range?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Dennis Jan 16. 7 Replies

Hello to you all! :)We are building a victorian cottage set at a scale of 1:7. We are unsure as to what to make an armchair and a range (Victorian cooker/oven) out of.…Continue

Monsterous Murders Update

Started this discussion. Last reply by Bob Blevins Nov 25, 2013. 1 Reply

Hello! We would like to share our progress on our short film Monsterous Murders with you. We successfully gained funding for this film through Kickstarter giving us the opportunity to start trying…Continue

Tags: puppets, sets, monster, shortfilm, animation

Monsterous Murders

Started this discussion. Last reply by Sarah & Sarah Mar 4, 2013. 11 Replies

Monsterous Murders is a two minute stop-motion puppet animation set in Victorian times where a series of monstrous murders are taking place.…Continue

Tags: monster, victorian, film, animation, motion

 

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Dennis replied to Sarah & Sarah's discussion How to make a Victorian Armchair and Range?
"Hi Sarah, Pleased you like the chair(s). The shirt was a good quality cotton one from M&S. Only a £ in a charity shop. The weave is visible in extreme close-ups.  I carved the balsa cushion out a bit to give the impression of wear.…"
Jan 16
Sarah & Sarah replied to Sarah & Sarah's discussion How to make a Victorian Armchair and Range?
"Thank you so much guys!! That's incredibly helpful :D Your models look amazing. Yup this is for Monsterous Murders, we have a whole little cottage to build and furnish. Dennis, some more photos would be great. With the t-shirt fabric, are you…"
Jan 15
StopmoNick replied to Sarah & Sarah's discussion How to make a Victorian Armchair and Range?
"There are many more on eBay USA.  Need to search ebay UK as well.  If they are 1:12 dollhouse scale they will be too small, but if they are one-off toys to no particular scale, one might work out, and save a lot of making time.   "
Jan 13
StopmoNick replied to Sarah & Sarah's discussion How to make a Victorian Armchair and Range?
"Found this miniature for sale online, described as 6" wide x 6" high by 3 1/2" deep. I think that would make the stovetop about 4" high, since it includes the stovepipe. In USA, price $32, plus…"
Jan 13
StopmoNick replied to Sarah & Sarah's discussion How to make a Victorian Armchair and Range?
"Ok, I had to do a quick test on that idea with the foil. Here's what it looked like.  Certainly better than my blobs of pva if you wanted to actually be able to read it.  Needs a coat of matt black paint over it to see how it would…"
Jan 13
StopmoNick replied to Sarah & Sarah's discussion How to make a Victorian Armchair and Range?
"This is for Monsterous Murders, right? Yes, I spread Apoxie Sculpt over styrene foam to get a leather look on my two 1:6 scale chairs. The chairs had a hard surface, the upholstery doesn't sink down if a puppet sits in it, which could be a…"
Jan 13
Dennis replied to Sarah & Sarah's discussion How to make a Victorian Armchair and Range?
"Hi Sarah & Sarah, The Victoria wingback chairin the photo is carved from balsa wood to 1/8th scale.  I took the measurements from an actual chair on an antique site. After carving and fitting each piece, I covered them with a double layer…"
Jan 13
Sarah & Sarah posted a discussion

How to make a Victorian Armchair and Range?

Hello to you all! :)We are building a victorian cottage set at a scale of 1:7. We are unsure as to what to make an armchair and a range (Victorian cooker/oven) out of.Our first thoughts were to make them out of Sculpey since we are familiar with it and its pretty easy to sculpt and bake.. not too sure if this is the best material though and if we were to go ahead with that, it would need to be bulked…See More
Jan 13
Bob Blevins replied to Sarah & Sarah's discussion Monsterous Murders Update
"Looks Sweet!"
Nov 25, 2013
Sarah & Sarah posted a discussion

Monsterous Murders Update

Hello! We would like to share our progress on our short film Monsterous Murders with you. We successfully gained funding for this film through Kickstarter giving us the opportunity to start trying new things to increase the production value of our film.Finished still from Monsterous Murders …See More
Nov 20, 2013
Sarah & Sarah replied to Sarah & Sarah's discussion Monsterous Murders
"yep, the misspelling is intentional ;)It's nice to know that you remember our film from a while ago, glad you liked it :)"
Mar 4, 2013
Strider replied to Sarah & Sarah's discussion Monsterous Murders
"I *THOUGHT*  I remembered a pair of Sarahs who had made a film called Electreecity that I saw on the old board, and from your Kickstarter page I see that is indeed you. You have a very unique style that I like. And so, since creative…"
Mar 3, 2013
Sarah & Sarah replied to Sarah & Sarah's discussion Monsterous Murders
"Thank you so much for backing us and thanks again for all the tips you're both giving us! Can't wait to try them all out. The Manfrotto tripod head you mention is actually the one we had budgeted on getting. We looked into it and it seemed…"
Mar 3, 2013
Strider replied to Sarah & Sarah's discussion Monsterous Murders
"About aging/dirtying up the cloth - I find if you use watered-down acrylic paint on cotton it stiffens up nicely and then you have less problems with unwanted chatter. "
Mar 2, 2013
StopmoNick replied to Sarah & Sarah's discussion Monsterous Murders
"Ok, I kicked in a small amount, just to send you my best wishes for the project.  I see you are making progress on raising the amount you need, I think you will get there! For the tripod head, your best and most economical option for smooth…"
Mar 2, 2013
Sarah & Sarah replied to Sarah & Sarah's discussion Monsterous Murders
"Thank you :) We'll have a look at Nick's tutorial for latex hands. We definitely want to dirty things up and add more texture. The puppet's clothes in particular will be totally redone in a different fabric and we'll try and make…"
Mar 2, 2013

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Started by Tamara Hahn in YOUR STOPMO FILM PROJECT. Last reply by Steve on Friday. 5 Replies

Hey all! About a year ago I started posting pictures up here of a new stop motion short I had started working on. Although it has taken me way longer that I had anticipated I am almost complete with the compositing and finishing touches. I recently…Continue

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Started by Yagan in STOP MOTION FILM DISCUSSION. Last reply by Yagan on Thursday. 5 Replies

Hi Everyone !just to tell you that I will see tomorrow's old Polish films Stopmoand share with you the trailerit's here :http://www.lemelies.fr/film/minopolska/and the trailer is here…Continue

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Don't forget, on WEDNESDAYS (Thursdays on the first week of each month)  there's a…Continue

Stoopid Buddy Vimeo camp

Started by Don Carlson in ANIMATION SCHOOLS on Tuesday. 0 Replies

Just in case anyone missed this on Facebook and the SMA chat:https://vimeo.com/ondemand/animationclassExpert-level, techniques taught by Emmy Award- winning animators. This is a…Continue

Tags: Stoopid, Buddy, Stoodios, Chicken, Robot

Rigging a cape

Started by Dave Hettmer in HAIR & COSTUME. Last reply by Simon Tytherleigh Dec 15. 12 Replies

I'm rigging a small cape and looking for info from people who have done this before. The cape is about 5" long and is torn and ratty. So I can't hide wires in hemmed seams like I have in the past.I'm considering weaving some floral wire and then…Continue

Using a Nikon D5300 with Dragonframe

Started by Angus Lamont in STOP MOTION & COMPUTERS. Last reply by Angus Lamont Dec 14. 2 Replies

So I've just purchased the latest Dragonframe version and I am looking to upgrade my Canon EOS 1100D to a Nikon D5300. I have checked to see if this camera is compatible which it is. Is anyone currently using this camera with Dragonframe? If so can…Continue

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