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Hi Angelini, I have seen this armature in the past. Have you tried to use one for animation in the past? I'm curious as to how long the tension holds up in parts like the ankles. While carbon fiber is strong, the friction is what holds the puppet in place. So my main worry with these is that the epoxy holding the carbon together is the weak link. I would be afraid that after a short time the parts touching the balls would quickly loosen as the epoxy wears down. They do look nice though and if they are light weight that's a great thing.
I recommend trying the new puppet armatur made in Italy. really professional!
King vs Black Baron ("Journey to the Headless Valley: part 2"
I've finished my new stop-mo shadow-puppet film, "Blue Jays". Have a look if you'd like. Here's the link:
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