Hello!Brand spanking new member here ... I'm trying to animate some shoelaces so they look like they've tied themselves. My question is two-fold - has anyone done this before and would they care to…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Maureen Z Jan 7, 2020.
"Hi, if you use cloth-covered wire for the laces, you won't need the fishing line at all. Also, I would recommend shooting in reverse. Start with the laces tied, and gradually untie them and have the laces fly around as you please. You simply…"
Hello!Brand spanking new member here ... I'm trying to animate some shoelaces so they look like they've tied themselves. My question is two-fold - has anyone done this before and would they care to share their experience, tips, tricks, etc? Secondly, I'm planning on using pipe cleaners to reinforce the shoelaces and then using fishing line, I'm going to suspend them for the mid-air/pre-loop part of the animation. Does this sound like the right approach or does anyone have any better…See More
When you finish your Jam, upload it to Google Drive, Dropbox, WeTransfer.com or some other online server and send me a link to my Inbox so I can download it. Put your Name and Title in the file name. Send me any additional credits you wish to include.
If you are new to the site, please feel free to introduce yourself on this Message Board thread.
You can now customize your personal page. Go to My Page/Customize My Page.
To control who sees your posts and Profile Page, go to Settings/Privacy.
MESSAGE BOARD & BLOG POSTS
If you have a question for the community, it is best to post your question on the Message Board instead of a Blog. Blogs are best for featuring your stop motion projects.
When posting a video, if possible, use the Embed Code instead of the URL. Your video will be a larger, more viewable size.