Saturday, May 29, 2010

Here We Go!!

Now that I've go most of the small scenes done it's down to some real character animation! Coming soon!


Blogger CGI Johnny said...

I just started looking at your blog. What do you use for your stop motion? Is it clay, cgi?

3:39 PM  
Blogger Grant's Animation said...

The characters head is made of hardened sculpey as is the falcon. The seagull is made of plasticine. His arms and hands wire. The set is made of wood and cardboard. Very old-school. Thanks for the interest.

5:41 PM  
Blogger CGI Johnny said...

It looks amazing! I'm totally impressed! I like the use of various materials!

4:05 PM  
Blogger Adrian said...

I was noticing mainly that there was no action as the camera moved back. I thought it might look a little more dynamic if it pulled back when he's almost done or have him move slightly as the camera pulls away.logo design

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Blogger craig mcmahon said...

Wow what a post i am really very impressed with your postHis arms and hands wire. The set is made of wood and cardboard. Very old-school.
Thanks for post...

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12:33 PM  
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10:50 PM  
Blogger Connie Jordan-Carmichael said...

Really good animation! Your articles and listing are inspirational.
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