Hello every one spotted this stop motion video from 2013 not sure if any of his work has been on the forum but its a great sample of using fishing...Hello every one spotted this stop motion video from 2013 not sure if any of his work has been on the forum but its a great sample of using fishing line as part of your rigging. Most of his work is live puppets but he has some nice stop motion peaces too. Also wanted to add with a good story and some nice scenes you can make a great video even with basic puppets.
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I came across a quick little video on a different puppet build using molds to make parts with Silicon and plastics. The masters made from sculpey It to has a real nice look and they animate well. Only thing they use Lead wire and I would not handle it with bare hands. Use gloves or better yet you can use the newer Silver/Tin solder its safe to handle. Once the lead is inside a puppet its safe but again if its used don't send it the the land fill after. They have a few videos on their puppets its a nice channel from Japan.
(Youtube link) www.youtube.com/watch?v=i9bECwzKa_A
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Looks like Clay on wire armature for sure and it looks like a lot of work went into that ad. Must of took months to make. There is no way to tell how big the puppets are but I would guess around 6 to 8"
animateclay youtube channel is a good place to start....
Looks nice, you might take first in the challenge this time.
Wanted to ask If you want to go by Tamarame or SeaFlapFlap on AnimateClay?