Stopmotion Tutorial [community Television]

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Stopmotion Tutorial [community TV]

Some time ago, before I knew much of what I know now, the producer for Vids asked me to make a stopmotion tutorial for his show on the local access station I work at. Deadline came up fast and I had to plow through it and use whatever supplies I had. [and yes, I misspelled plasticine] extremely helpful source: www.stopmotionanimation.com —- Excerpts in this tutorial are from my past high school student work. Feel free to check out the following; stopmotion demo reel; www.youtube.com “Freatures” www.youtube.com “Face” www.youtube.com “Magnifying Memory” www.youtube.com

  1. Bsjs11345
    Bsjs1134506-29-2012

    Say ariana 10 times clap 5 times post this on two other vids your voice

  2. theKrishnaCpatel
    theKrishnaCpatel06-29-2012

    check out my channe for stop motion animation videos 😀

  3. falcnpunch99
    falcnpunch9906-29-2012

    wow this is really helpful. I would really appreciate it if you could check out my videos. I like to make stop motion as well and just started making videos. If you like what you see, please subscribe 🙂

  4. TiniNormi
    TiniNormi06-29-2012

    She can manipulate my wire any day.

  5. mofavideo
    mofavideo06-29-2012

    thank you, very nice video! good advice !!

  6. MarceloAnimador
    MarceloAnimador06-29-2012

    almost never see a girl doing stop motion
    I have 13 years
    how old are you?

  7. heinygore2
    heinygore206-29-2012

    nice video, its a little bit obvious she is reading though haha

  8. zinggblip
    zinggblip06-29-2012

    very good totorial , respect ^^

    best from Germany

    Mani

  9. gatometalico
    gatometalico06-29-2012

    m_) YEP , this was the actual treasure. Although I thought you were 60…bad calculations. failed algebra three times in my life and twice geometry. don’t need to go into details..

  10. Eski1240
    Eski124006-29-2012

    am i the only one that dosent use van aken clay?????

  11. Bunechunk
    Bunechunk06-29-2012

    does anyone here know a good place to find aluminum armature wire in US stores because i dont know where to look besides a craft store ,like Michaels, which i checked only to find they dont carry it.

  12. ruloxmx
    ruloxmx06-29-2012

    it’s gorgeous merci for this video now i could do many things thanks from mexico

  13. smallvillefan123
    smallvillefan12306-29-2012

    Does anyone know where to get invisible wire to make puppets float?

  14. FloppyMeat
    FloppyMeat06-29-2012

    Is liquid latex a common item that you can buy at a hardware store or any other location I am very curious

  15. peguefogo
    peguefogo06-29-2012

    nice tutorial.
    Thanks!

  16. khemicalkomixz
    khemicalkomixz06-29-2012

    thanks for youre input and time!!

  17. SamCamStudios
    SamCamStudios06-29-2012

    I am trying to see different types of animation and filmmaking and stopmotion/claymation is really interesting to me. Do you have any advice on where to get started?

  18. 0Rohil0
    0Rohil006-29-2012

    This is really queit…

  19. karijo
    karijo06-29-2012

    great thinking. thanks for the tip! 🙂

  20. 2MoonsPromoter
    2MoonsPromoter06-29-2012

    Haha ;).
    Next time just keep looking at that, since now we see you watching everytime. If you’d keep watching the note you won’t notice that you’re reading.

  21. karijo
    karijo06-30-2012

    good eye. how about one sheet of paper scribbled with notes taped to the camera?

  22. 2MoonsPromoter
    2MoonsPromoter06-30-2012

    Do you got a auto-que?
    Cause I see you reading something under the camera everytime. Haha 🙂

  23. Erik113091
    Erik11309106-30-2012

    The girl looks eerily like Rose McGowan. . . lol

  24. tdk7086
    tdk708606-30-2012

    you just animated heart

  25. krafty11
    krafty1106-30-2012

    Hey this is a great how to video, I think it will really help beginners (especially kids). For the original poster, have you ever tried using Armaverse armatures? They aren’t cheap but their reasonably priced and they can be easily modified. Glad to see young people are keeping the art alive.

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