I tried something different with this. Not the animation, but adding behind the scenes showing behind the scenes. (Feel free to just watch the animation)
A different approach to character animation. Later this year I hope to try animating an actual character like a person that can show emotions. Any feedback for the next time would be gladly appreciated!
I haven't been able to animate due to life getting in the way, and just made an animation today. It however was not what my animations...Hi all,
I haven't been able to animate due to life getting in the way, and just made an animation today. It however was not what my animations normally look like. I wanted to see if anyone here had any exercises for claymation. Basically, simple yet fun to watch tests to get back on the right track. Let me know if you have any or questions about what I'm looking for. Thanks! Show more
Part 2 of the dog puppet
I recently watched Isle of Dogs, and was inspired to make my own dog puppet for stop motion. I still haven’t finished it, but any feedback for the future would be gladly taken!
New claymation for 2019. I seemed to be better than my past animations. Tried a couple different techniques as well. As always, I'm looking for feedback to improve for the future. Thanks for your time!
For the first couple seconds, I thought you did a test shot for Robot Chicken! For something like this, I would use reference footage. Basically, record yourself at the framerate you wish to use for the final animation. Then put the video on YouTube. The problem with this you can't tell how many frames you'll actually need. That's why I'd recommend putting the video into Sync Sketch. Then you can scroll through the video frame by frame, and refer back to this when animating.
Hope this helps!