I’m so THRILLED to announce that Rider & Ranger have taken an evolutionary step forward in 2018. Ranger (as of now) has an additional five points of articulation in the hand with a thumb that can adduct and abduct and the other fingers have three joints each instead of two. Rider’s hands continue to have the same articulation as before but are created at twice the resolution rendering a much smoother and more solid/less fragile result. I put together this image to properly identify the major differences and advantages of each:
(all orders placed after 2/24/18 feature these improvements)
Goodness why so few blog posts??
Well, the honest truth is that I’ve been incredibly busy building armatures. Since updating the product listing to show the wooden version of Rider and all other small armature variants, the popularity of these products has skyrocketed. Same happened with our product listing on Amazon. So this is great news of course! Just feel embarrassed at how little blog posts I’ve made.
And it’s not like there isn’t stuff to blog about either. Like for instance, I recently made some major improvements to Rider’s hands (cosmetic and strength-wise) and am working on a new articulated hand for Ranger that features additional range of motion on each finger and the thumb. I hope to be taking photos and posting updates on these things soon.
Also have been building so many other cool custom armatures for customers but there just hasn’t been time to take pictures.
Thank you so much for everyone’s patience. Oh, if you’d like to see something cool, head on over to our A10 indiegogo campaign and check out the latest update. I posted pictures of the completed ballerina models: https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/a10-ballerina-manikin-dance#/updates/all
Just finished this cool custom armature for comic book artist Cory Carnes. It was fun working on a custom head build for a change AND a four-fingered articulated hand 🙂
Cory doesn’t have a website yet, but the comic strip will be called “Field Mouse” So keep an eye out for it. He’s planning on using this custom armature to help him achieve a number of difficult to draw angles while maintaining proportional and structural consistency between the drawings of the characters.
Cool new video featuring variants and sizes
Just finished making this cool custom order that came in through our Armature Lab.
I’m always so tickled by the cool things people build with our pieces.
Go to www.armaturelab.com to build your own custom armature.
We are going to have a booth at OddMall this weekend in Bellevue College. Find us at booth 19 right by the entrance. We’ll have great discount codes to give out and you’ll be able to see the armature making process in action! Come say hi 🙂