Wednesday, October 2, 2013

a little animation



29 comments:

  1. Волшебство! Какая прелесть!!! Она такая веселая, красивая! Чудо!

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  2. Oh my gosh that is so cute! I hope we can expect to see more of those.

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  3. Very clever, bet it took ages to do

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  4. A remarkable little mouse!
    Bravo! funny animation :-)

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  5. Such a Happy and wonderful video! Thank you for sharing!
    Hugs
    Kikka

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  6. Oh my gosh! That's so cute! Thanks so much for sharing such a sweet video! xo Jennifer

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  7. Wat leuk deze bewegende dame :)

    Groeten Xandra

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  8. Wow! I love your mice and the animation is awesome, thanks for sharing :)

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  9. Oooh, She has come to life, that is fantastic. I noticed she isn't wearing britches, but I guess mouses don't need to. I love the way her dress goes up when she jumps.

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  10. Just when I thought it couldn't get any better.... you out do yourself again....Wonderful Blessings to you

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  11. waouh ! après les très jolies scènes, voici que l'une de vos adorables souris est ... "vivante" ! Superbe !
    rosethé

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  12. Halli hallo, das ist ja eine lustige kleine Tanzmaus. Wunderschön!!!!

    Lieben Gruß Hibiskus

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  13. Me encantan tus ratones, son maravillosos!!

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  14. Oh my gosh! This is simply adorable!!!

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  15. ...oooh - so cute and beautifully made!! what a sweet little girl!

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  16. tee heeeeeee, mega cute! She was dancing about on the blog feed section too, fyi! :D

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  17. We're SO IN LOVE with your little mouses !! This one's cute too !!
    Thanks for bringing us these mouses.....

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  18. Simply wonderful! I've just found your blog and am mesmorized x
    www.verityhope.com

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  19. Hello...your work is lovely. I especially found the 'animation' delightful, and wonder if you could share just how an animation of a figure is made. I would like to experiment with the doll figures that I make.
    Thank you,
    Ann (Canada)

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  20. Thanks Ann..I am such a beginner that I don't feel very qualified to give advice. There are lots of online tutorials (search for "stop motion animation") that were helpful. I also found good books by Susannah Shaw and Nick Park. I think the main ingredient is limitless patience!
    Best of luck,
    Maggie

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