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June 8, 2003 at 2:50 pm #4619
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shorty-productions

how could i make a car spin it’s tires using stop motion… please help me
also i am makeing a replica movie of fast and the furious any ideas hoe to get bacjrounds or make cool crs i already have 2… thanks

June 8, 2003 at 3:59 pm #4626
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strongest of the weak

Man, I was thinkin’ of doing the same thing, but never got motivated..As for spinning tire, move the tire a little at a time, well, maybe 1/2 turn, just dont move the car. Place some cotton behind the tire, adding more as the frames progress. Here’s a tip: For underglow, try to get some of those little glow sticks (about 1 1/2″-2″ in length) and scotch tape them under the car. Never tried this but it might work. Make sure you can’t see the stick itself (provides more realizm, since visible tubes r illegal).

June 9, 2003 at 3:10 am #4688
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IndyA

Make sure that when you move the car its
between the studs and not on top of them.
If its on top it can roll in mid frame capture.
IndyA

June 9, 2003 at 3:56 am #4695
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Brian of Gep

Or use a LED.

And lots of duct tape.

Because duct tape is pretty.

June 9, 2003 at 11:22 am #4707
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minifigstudios

For the film we made for a school project we used black clay to make the marks after the breaking car. It looks kind of weird ’cause it stands up from the ground. It could be a possibility.

The film is located in the film directory. Among the shortest films. Have a look :-D It’s on my website too. The name of it is Bankranet, or the bank robbery.

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