For example: the opening scene (or creature) from my dream last night.
|Spider moth (biggus-dickus-arachniphobus)|
I don't even have the heart to divulge into the rest of the dream. It involves too much from my past (all relationshippy and weird) and strange black squirrel creatures climbing my leg and gnawing at my clothes.
So here is a quick video to change the mood...
So I have made the hands for George. They are too big. Therefore I have to start all over again. DAMN IT! But they are rather well made so I can use them for another puppet in the near future. Here is the process...
|Making this set was a 'hands on' job... haha! Ohhh :(|
I am working on another animation that was just a trial run with the dragonframe software. This was a simple 'drawing' technique which was more of a time lapse than an actual stop motion sequence. But I've always liked this method because the capture settings can be programmed into dragonframe and allows you to concentrate more on the actual drawing and not about stopping to take the frame shot. So what you see here is the camera taking a photo every 12 frames (near enough). Like I said, it was only a test animation and hopefully soon I can post a better and more complete animation.