post your animations here, and we can discus how you made it and things you learned you could share with us.
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How to make a cheap stopmotion puppet.
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how to make a cheap set.
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Altering the puppet service...
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Sinbad The Fifth Voyage (NEW Official HD Trailer 2)
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http://www.spiralstopmotion.com/ Spiral-stopmotion Production is a stop motion founded in 2010 by Andrew Salfinger Spiral-stopmotion Production aim's to make high quality stop motion films. Spiral-stopmotion Production have made so far Spiral episode 1,2 and 3 with a spiral movie in the works to a new sires called Shuffle the Generator of Happiness or Disaster episode 1 is in the works right now. -Andrew Salfinger contact us by email at: firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com
Created on: Tuesday, 21 December 2010
13 Members 7 Discussions 40 Wall Posts
I'll be placing updates here on the progress of the creation of the new Sinbad film which will be featuring some stop motion creature sequences by Yours' Truly. :) As this film is currently in production, I'm limited as to what I can say about the film's contents but, whenever I can bring you any news about the film's progress, I will be happy to bring it to you here! Look us up on Facebook too!
Created on: Tuesday, 20 July 2010
41 Members 15 Discussions 18 Wall Posts
A discussion group about the uses, techniques, complications, brands and anything else concerning silicone rubber. Silicone rubber for puppet making has been around for quite a few years now and yet it's still new and intimidating to many stop motion puppet makers. There are beliefs about it being very expensive, difficult to use, sensitive to other materials and so on - and these are myths that need to be BUSTED! :) The truth about silicone is that it is a very friendly to use material and the cost is very comparable to most other casting rubbers such as foam latex and urethane rubbers. There are many advantages to using silicone and a lot to tips and tricks to using it. Please post your comments, questions, examples of your works, reviews of brands and anything else related to silicone rubber puppet and prop making here!
Created on: Friday, 16 July 2010
44 Members 7 Discussions 14 Wall Posts
Since SMS went out, there hasn't been a site where you can step through a video frame by frame. I am a software developer, and saw that there is definitely an advantage to being able to step through the frames, and so I decided to make a video player that was able to do that, plus a few extra features. I just recently finished the player, and am ready to start uploading videos to it. I want to know if anybody would like to volunteer their film to be indexed by this player.
Created on: Friday, 20 August 2010
9 Members 0 Discussions 4 Wall Posts
Stop-mo, 2D, CG, whatever. Recommend and discuss your favourite animated films It's all relevant to Stop motion, you might see some design, motion or art that could inspire your own creative outgoings
Created on: Thursday, 02 September 2010
13 Members 0 Discussions 4 Wall Posts
A group for stop-motion animators whose work includes pixilation or timelapse techniques to discuss practice and practitioners. Pixilated [pix·il·at·ed] 1.Crazy; confused, "affected by the pixies" (1848, from pixy-led: bewitched) 2. A stop motion technique where actors are used as a frame-by-frame subject in an animated film.
Created on: Sunday, 05 June 2011
19 Members 2 Discussions 3 Wall Posts
Everyone who makes stop motion animations needs to set up a camera and lights. From simple webcam and light use to high grade DSLR and studio light set ups. Here you can discuss the technical aspect of camera use and ideal ways to set up your lighting. Tips, tricks, ideas, best/favorite camera's, best lens angles, how to's. Also feel free to show your behind the scenes pictures and videos to inspire others
Created on: Monday, 24 January 2011
19 Members 4 Discussions 1 Wall Post
Are you a puppet maker or do you need a puppet made? This is now an open group to everyone. Do business at your own risk, Animate Clay! will not be responsible for any transactions between visitors.
Created on: Sunday, 12 September 2010
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A discussion group for those who make monster movies, want to make monster movies, or just plain like monster movies, where we can dissect the processes of the classic films, and devise new tricks for future films, from puppet or model making, set making, animating, compositing, as well as general film making.
Created on: Saturday, 22 December 2012
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