Hi guys!A friend in need is a friend indeed, this is the all times moral that teaches you a lesson. Check out a new episode of Jolly Battle puppet show based on stop motion.Continue
Started by android_jolly in YOUR STOPMO FILM PROJECT on Monday.
I am planing to bye new camera, and it seems that Canon EOS R or RP is way to go. Has enyone some experiences about those?Stopmotion Firmware is something that seems to be great for Dragon. But does it maes up the video shooting options? "The shooting screen cannot be displayed with resolution of 1920…Continue
Has anyone got any tips they could share for working in Davinci Resolve? I am just getting into it, and it seems fairly good for stop motion. Interested to hear from anyone who has some experience with the program.Thanks!Continue
Hardening the fabricHello everybody! I've recently started to learn some dressmaking for puppets, and although I've more or less managed to modify patterns to fit my puppets and get decent results, I'm still having a problem with the stiffness of the fabric.I know there are people who insert wires in the hems, or glue a wire mesh on the inside. I've also read that some people use much more classic sewing methods like interlining or starching to stiffen it.I'm open to try any option, but I'd…Continue
Hey guys, A project came up where I'll have to do some green screen + video compositing in after effects/premier. This is not a subject I have experience with yet... Would anyone be able to share some resources on how I could learn this more in detail?Thanks in advance!Continue
Hello. I make Lego stop motion videos (brickfilms) on my YouTube channel! If you have any tips you can give me on how to improve my animation skills, please let me know! (Keep in mind Lego figs have a limited range of movement)https://youtube.com/c/SeanHenneberryContinue
Hello,I'm watching StopmoNick's amazing youtube video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4uG-ZIOXZ7w and currently making both methods of a puppet head, one using a hardened interior (epoxy putty and in my case some bakable sculpey in place of the wood) with a dislocated jaw and the other with foam and dislocated jaw.As in his video, I'm using latex with acrylic paint for the surface. After enough layers, my latex dries looking very…Continue
I own an animation studio called Springtime Jellyfish, http://www.springtimejellyfish.com and I've spent the last year and a half milling my own lumber and constructing an off-grid tiny house animation studio in the woods of upstate NY. I've calculated out what I need for solar and it's EXPENSIVE, so I've started up a gofundme to cover the costs of the solar system. Please give it a look,…Continue
Posted by Cait on April 30, 2021 at 7:50am
Painting the concrete block wall consisted of first painting a base layer of gray then adding black and brown washes for depth and color. White was dry bushed on to further bring out the texture.
Liquid acrylic ("craft") paint was used throughout.
The walls were assembled using rubber bands and some wedges that define the angle of the walls to…Continue