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ANIMATORRUA07 Posted: Nov 23rd 2007

:wallace1:OK everyone out there whos made a clay animation I was jst wondering what props u used because doll house ones dont seem big enough plz help me


tycon Posted: Nov 24th 2007

i guess you could make your models smaller to fit 1.25 scale, or make your own;)


connor-james-gorman Posted: Nov 24th 2007

Try And Make Them Yourself From Wood Or Any Material That Suit You And For Your Liking www.stopmotionanimation.com Check The Handbook


luke Posted: Nov 24th 2007

I've got an animations book by peter lord which says that aardman make alot of their props out of fimo


connor-james-gorman Posted: Nov 24th 2007

Try Sculpey Thats What I Recommned You Use Because You Can Bake It Its Up 2 You


animation boy Posted: Nov 24th 2007

i use fimo. Or i put the real full sized object in my shrinking machine (£19.99 at woolworths) and shrink the item to its desired scale.


plasjas Posted: Nov 24th 2007

i think dolls house furniture is ok but balsa wood is great for making props


jordan Posted: Nov 25th 2007

i either design or make from scratch or buy


mrpianokeys Posted: Jan 4th 2008
;)

make them


Mark the shark Posted: Jan 4th 2008

HOW?!:-(


Mark the shark Posted: Jan 4th 2008

How do you buy them Jordan?:)


jordan Posted: Jan 5th 2008

the wonderfull
world of dollshouse makers!


Mark the shark Posted: Jan 5th 2008

Where do they have a store in Scotland. Do you know?:)




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