My Home Depot Armature

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My Home Depot Armature #1162
It holds position really well, but weight is the most crucial factor so you can rule out covering with clay. Right now, I'm trying to make a head that's light enough with proportions close enough to look right, and don't want to get distracted by shooting some footage to demonstrate its pose ability. I will try to post video when I get a completed puppet.
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My Home Depot Armature #1161
That's a cool idea. How does it animate? Does it hold it's position well? If you do some animation with it please post it - I don't think I've ever seen anyone make an armature that way :)

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My Home Depot Armature #1160
They're rare earth magnets specifically, with the ball and socket is washer shaped.

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My Home Depot Armature #1159
Looks really good. How do the knees work? Are those magnets perhaps?

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My Home Depot Armature #1157
Take a look at my armature that I made using stuff exclusively from Home Depot except for the ball bearings (Ace Hardware) and foam tape (my local soccer store).




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