Hey Stop mo folks,Here's the trailer for a recent non-narrative project I completed in the winter. I did make some animation puppets but a lot of the challenge was animating natural elements. Took me…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Maureen Z Jul 15.
"Very well done - you should make more, bumpers are used a lot in tv productions. Try to make a bunch (like 12) of 5 sec on the same theme, not especially the one above, not introducing (too many) new elements. And throw in a few looping frames or…"
"It's a 4' x 8' piece of plywood, 1/2" thick, reinforced with a 1"x2" wooden frame. I've been using it for years and have filled and refilled tie-down holes. Not exactly tiny but I can stand it on end and lean it…"
Hey Stop mo folks,Here's the trailer for a recent non-narrative project I completed in the winter. I did make some animation puppets but a lot of the challenge was animating natural elements. Took me about 30 some tries to figure out how to crack an eggshell in more than a few frames.See More
"I've cast some small puppets with Flex Foam It 3 and Flex Foam It 7. It's not that easy to work with and lots of wrinkles when you bend it. It takes acrylic paint nicely but that cracks pretty fast. I made it work somehow but I…"
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