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Aerith, FINAL FANTASY VII. stop motion clay...

a fanmade clay animation of my favorite Final Fantasy character, Aerith Gainsborough. I made 4 different clay figures, in different styles and...

For those of you who capture your stop motion on a phone and have a 3D printer - this is a great phone tripod:... Show more

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animateclay commented on Xiakeyra's photo 1 week ago

This is great, I knew it was you instantly.

I tried to make myself with clay but I don't get to make my face features right
Xiakeyra shared a photo. 2 weeks ago

I tried to make myself with clay but I don't get to make my face features right

I tried to make myself with clay but I don't get to make my face features right
animateclay This is great, I knew it was you instantly. 1 week ago
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SWAN PRINCESS Odette's transformation (clay...

Odette transfroms from her swan form to princess in this stop motion clay animation video

The Book of Xiyos is a fictional documentary series about these clay magical creatures.
The narration is in Spanish but you can turn on the English...
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Las Canicas Mágicas. El Libro de los Xiyos...

En el mundo de los xiyos existen unas esferas llamadas "canicas mágicas" Descubre un mundo de fantasía habitado por pequeñas criaturas fantásticas...

animateclay These are really neat Xiakeyra. Who does the narration for you? They have a good voice for just such a project. 2 weeks ago
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Xiakeyra Thanks! The narrator is Ángel Madrid. He is my brother-in-law's friend. He has a really good voice. 2 weeks ago
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animateclay replied to the topic 'Hello! New to claymation' in the forum. 2 weeks ago

Hi Jess, welcome to the site. For starters you might check out the beginner guides and video tutorials on our site here: animateclay.com/index.php/articles

Most stuff is in there that beginners want to learn. Just a basic run-down on what you need, are a phone or computer with some free capture software. Clay (obviously) and a few other materials such as wire and epoxy putty for armature making. If your designs require one. You also need a small space to set it up and at least a couple of lights you can use to illuminate your scene.

It can get very complicated the more you delve into it - so if you have any specific problems you need solutions to feel free to ask.

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