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dan123 Posted: Dec 9th 2007

Can someone please tell me how big (in cm) does a set need to be for an animation?




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jordan Posted: Dec 9th 2007

it can be anything? just work out the scale of characters etc , and what you are going to have on the set and work out the size from there


Mark the shark Posted: Dec 9th 2007

A set depends on how big the characters are. If the characters are 10cm, you would work out how big the room is to them, using sketches probably.


dan123 Posted: Dec 9th 2007

Well my set is an ice/snow set


mrpianokeys Posted: Dec 16th 2007
;)

mark is right it depends on the characters height


jordan Posted: Dec 17th 2007

above the camera? that doesnt make sence


mrpianokeys Posted: Dec 17th 2007
:D

good luck


dan123 Posted: Dec 18th 2007

oh thanks guys


Mark the shark Posted: Dec 21st 2007

Hey, how do you make sets? I need help!!!;)


katie Aardman Staff Posted: Dec 21st 2007

Jordan, I've deleted your message because it contained a lot of personal details - we really don't recommend posting private email and messenger addresses in a place where all the general public can see them!


Mark the shark Posted: Dec 21st 2007

Hi, Katie. Do you know anything about making sets at Aardman. I would really like to work there one day but I just need to practice...:)


purple and brown Posted: Jan 17th 2008

a card board box works for me but cutof the end of it so you can see your modol like this pic


Mark the shark Posted: Jan 17th 2008

Cool one!;)


purple and brown Posted: Jan 17th 2008

cheers


Mark the shark Posted: Jan 17th 2008

You're very welcome!:D


666joshy666 Posted: Jan 17th 2008
:D

Mark the shark Posted: Jan 17th 2008
:D

to you too!:D


terminator987 Posted: Jan 17th 2008

hiya:D

:D




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