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model makers needed (london)

Started Apr 27 0 Replies

A company in London advertising for model makers, I don't know them myself but looks good so I thought I'd share…Continue

animation tips

Started this discussion. Last reply by Lewis Crabtree Apr 5. 3 Replies

An old colleague of mine has been writing a series of animation acting tips on the skwigly website.  He's had a lot of experience as professional stopmotion animator and now teaches at a top UK…Continue

"Goutte d'or" film online

Started this discussion. Last reply by Timmus Jan 22. 4 Replies

For anyone whose interested here's a link to Christophe Peladan's  "Goutte d'Or" film.  It's a beautiful piece of work with some top animation, sets, puppets and lighting.  Well done to all…Continue

Job in Brighton UK

Started this discussion. Last reply by Steve Boot Nov 28, 2013. 2 Replies

Hi guys, this isn't anything to do with me and I know nothing about the company, but I thought I'd post for anyone who lives in or around Brighton in the UK. Fat Pebble is a young and creative…Continue

 

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Steve Boot commented on StopmoNick's photo
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WriterCharacter

"I can't imagine there's many angles where it doesn't look like him!  The picture on the left is particularly good, the mouth detail and the teeth are amazing.  Will the characters be talking to each other in film? If so…"
Aug 8
Steve Boot commented on StopmoNick's photo
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"Wow he looks great. Its gotta be Neil Gaiman.  "
Aug 7
Steve Boot replied to Justin Connolly's discussion "Dance For Your Life, Puny Human" now online!
"Great Job.  I've had to animate characters dancing badly before and I reckon its harder than doing good dancing! Impressive stuff."
Aug 6
Steve Boot replied to Lottie Holland's discussion Need Advice/Help!
"If your new and inexperienced I'd try and keep your film closer to the 5min mark (or under if you can)!   With the tie down method you would need to drill a hole every time your character took a step, you can pre-drill them or carefully…"
Jul 30
Steve Boot replied to Dinoman217's discussion Voice Recording
"Thanks Nick.  Sorry I should have explained that better, I was tried when I wrote it! The 661 was the recommended one, my mistake.  Useful to know not to get the 660 though.  Cheers.   "
Jul 11
Steve Boot replied to Dinoman217's discussion Voice Recording
"if you don't want to use your computer I've heard the MARANTZ PMD 660 and the TASCAM DR-07 are good (but I've never tried them) and you should be able to get either pretty cheap on ebay."
Jul 10
Steve Boot replied to Heidi O'Brien's discussion How to get a job as a storyboard artist
"Do you need to be in same city for storyboarding work?  I would have thought you wouldn't even need to be in the same country.  You could try approaching companies that do series work. I would have thought its pretty intense work…"
Jun 10
Steve Boot posted a discussion

model makers needed (london)

A company in London advertising for model makers, I don't know them myself but looks good so I thought I'd sharehttp://www.artsjobs.org.uk/index.php?id=25&ne_source=dailyjobs&ne_post_id=125155See More
Apr 27
Steve Boot replied to Andrew Brown's discussion After Effects Cheat - Shoot a few frames, use After Effects to Stretch Em' Out
"Thanks for sharing that Andrew, its a great little cheat. I was wondering how you moved it so slow and smoothly when I watched your film. "
Apr 6
Lewis Crabtree replied to Steve Boot's discussion animation tips
"No Problems, more the merry "
Apr 5
Steve Boot replied to Andrew Brown's discussion After Effects Cheat - Shoot a few frames, use After Effects to Stretch Em' Out
"I was excepting to be horrified by that!  But you used in the right places at the right time, like you did, that looks to be a really useful tool. Go on, tell us how you did it!"
Apr 5
Steve Boot replied to Steve Boot's discussion animation tips
"Hey Lewis, I wasn't sure where to post it either! I did a quick check to see if anyone had already posted but didn't see yours, sorry about that.  I guess it helps spread the word, belt and braces and all that!"
Apr 5
Lewis Crabtree replied to Steve Boot's discussion animation tips
"Hi Steve, Great mind think a like, I've put these website on NEWBIE CORNER a few weeks ago. still great reading and some great tips and hopely your discussions will reach more people Lewis"
Apr 4
Steve Boot posted a discussion

animation tips

An old colleague of mine has been writing a series of animation acting tips on the skwigly website.  He's had a lot of experience as professional stopmotion animator and now teaches at a top UK university.  If you haven't seen them they're full of top advice and worth a read.Here's a linkhttp://www.skwigly.co.uk/acting-for-animation-character-performance/…See More
Apr 3
Steve Boot commented on Andrew Brown's video
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The Hell Painting

"Great work! Amazing visuals, great photography and compositing.  I really like the like the control you've kept over your colour pallet and I second what Nic said about the sense of scale.  "
Apr 1
Steve Boot commented on Peter Ellis's video
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Dan of the Dead Official Trailer

"Great work Pete, looking forward to getting the finished film."
Mar 23

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The Nolvin Project (preview)

Started by David Tomasiewicz in YOUR STOPMO FILM PROJECT. Last reply by David Tomasiewicz 3 hours ago. 125 Replies

I had a longer description of this project, but here is a better and shorter one:This is a scene for a project (my space opera: THE NOLVIN PROJECT) that I'll work on 40 or so years later in my life. This scene, however, I'm creating now. It is a…Continue

Issue using Nikon manual lens on a Canon camera in Dragonframe.

Started by Ben Tobin in CAMERA & STAGE. Last reply by Strider 3 hours ago. 4 Replies

Hey anyone reading.I recently purchased a pre-AI Nikkor Macro as it was fairly cheap and the glass looked absolutely flawless despite it being the same age as me.I am currently using a Canon 6D as my primary shooting body and up until recently I…Continue

Dan of the Dead at Viewster Film Festival

Started by Peter Ellis in YOUR STOPMO FILM PROJECT. Last reply by Peter Ellis yesterday. 2 Replies

Hi allDan of the Dead is in it's first ever film festival. After almost 4 years in the making!!! It's an amazing feeling to finally have it out there for all to see and more importantly... VOTE!We really need your votes guys, we're currently in 12th…Continue

Tags: danofthedead, viewster, festival, animation, stop-motion

matte painting replicas

Started by Domingo Lizcano in MATTE PAINTINGS. Last reply by Domingo Lizcano yesterday. 7 Replies

I know this matte painting section is barely dead, but I wanted to share with the few interested people, some of my last paintings. I have started to do a series of matte paintings replicas.I’m doing the paintings on a Plexiglas surface; witch is…Continue

Nothing Occurred (Stereo-3D)

Started by Jani Sourander in YOUR STOPMO FILM PROJECT yesterday. 0 Replies

Hi,I made a stop motion claymation as my thesis from Kymenlaakso UAC. Main focus was in stereo workflow, but I wanted it to have a script instead of just being a test. The basic story is:"A cyborg, still defending nation borders that have ceased to…Continue

Tags: animation, stereoscopic

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