Production blog following the making of a stop-motion animated short film, directed by James Geard, animation by Ceri Watling.
Love these characters! Fabulous puppets! GOGOGO!
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Walter is truly a master piece;) I'm charmed by his hands, really. Would you be able to show us a couple of pictures of his armature? And maybe if it's not too much, of the hands too or the process of making them?? Thanks! P.S All the best with your film!
Excellent are you going to post the film or can w see it somewhere??
Mrenglish: I have a few photos of his hands being made which I will post on the blog in the next few days (along with a tutorial about sewing invisible miniature seams for clothes). The hands were just blobs of epoxy putty with aluminium armature wire for fingers, with coloured copydex (liquid latex) built up in layers over several weeks, then knuckles and wrinkles were added by dabbing more coloured latex on with a toothpick.The armature is just aluminium armature wire and epoxy putty - nothing very technical at all!Dave Bones: I don't know. Ask me again in a year or so when it's finished. We are hoping it will get into a few film festivals, but that all depends on my animation skills!
this is very cool, and very inspiring. thanks for showing how you made them, i might use some of those tips on my stuff
very inspiring indeed!! looking so forward to the world your creating. jriggity
that is one rockin outfit gloom has!
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