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MITC VC 1201
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TITLE: How to create and animate a glay puppet : [videorecording]
PUBLISHED: CA : First Light Video Publishing ; c2003.
DESCRIPTION: 1 video cassette (48 min.) : sd., col. , 1/2 inM + 1 teacher's guide.
NOTES: The program culminates in a demonstration of how the animator uses mathematics to "time out" the action and shows how the figure is manipulated for each frame of a cycle.
NOTES: Mark Sawicki examines the fundamental design concepts of the animation armature and builds an inexpensive puppet skeleton based on his character design. The proportions of the figure are sketched out to illustrate the planning and design phase. After the skeleton is created the different types and uses of polymer clay are discussed. Basic color theory is outlined as primary colors of clay are blended together for the figure. The puppet is then sculpted over the armature starting witht he flexible appendages and eyes (which are baked). Mark then moves on to sculpt the expressive face and finally the body.
NOTES: English
NOTES: See MITC SW-0370.
SUBJECT: Animation
ADDED ENTRY: First Light Video Publishing

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