Glad to inspire you Pete. Hopefully more inspiration is on the way.
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- Hi, I'm Marc - creator of Animateclay.com. If you have suggestions on how to make this site more fun and easier to use - let me know!
Sculpting when I get the chance is something I love to do. Plus finding rare animation from other countries on the internet is a favorite thing for me.
I also make tutorial videos which are lots of fun to make.
- Any of the how-to books on animation!
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- Most of the older Claymation films from the 80's and early 90's when clay was the ultimate animation medium. So Mark Twain, Meet the Raisins and some of the rarer Billy Budd films.
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I'm contemplating doing a kickstarter campaign for it. But I'm also still doing sculptures. So watch our blog for some updates soon.
You can watch my videos? Want to improve my animation? I can give advice?
Hey, it looks good. I would just keep at it. Even the best animators and sculptors are always evaluating their own work and improving on it.
maybe you want to show it on the next live show
If you could respond ASAP either via email or through here, I'd like to finish making my puppet this weekend. I only have about 10 weeks to make a stop-motion. I'm hoping for a 3-4 minute film, but we'll see how that turns out.
As I mentioned before, you have been a huge help to me. This is a big undertaking on my part, but I believe it is all worth it.
Hi Kirsten, I did reply - you might check your spam folder. Building up a sculpey ball or using a piece of wood is a good idea. That will help the claytoon stick. If you can hot glue a ping pong ball it will help keep it light also, if the puppets head is large. If you have any other questions just reply here or send me another e-mail.
Thanks Liam, and thanks for participating!
Thanks for visiting Reuben and sharing your videos. It's always nice to see the work of others on here too.
Hi Joe, thanks for the suggestion. We have a live chat area at the top of our page. Every Wednesday we meet at 8PM central to talk about stop motion news and lots of other things. I hope to see you there.
Hi Sam, nice job. I think that armature will work out really well from the looks of it!
I have your book and I am going to put it to good use!
Even if it just inspires you to make a new film that would be great!
Glad to hear it, I hope it is fun to mess around with.
Thanks a lot Marc!
No problem Neanderthal, you do some very nice work!
Nope, it will melt instead. Sculpey will harden when you bake it.
Hi Lance, the man who made those books was Eadweard Muybridge.
Hi Biju, your site is nice. It is very well put together and easy to navigate. I find the photography section interesting as well. Maybe your art teachings will make a big difference in the lives of some of the people in your country.
it's really cool...what do u make most of the items in it out of (super Sculpey?)
I can't say when it will be done since my life is really busy now. I use Super Sculpey for hard props and Van Aken Claytoon for the soft clay puppets. I also use foam latex.
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