Indiegogo campaign for the world’s most poseable freestanding human figure for animators, students and other creatives raises $132,614 on an $85,000 goal in just one week.
Stickybones, the world’s most poseable freestanding human figure that gives animators, students and other creatives an opportunity to explore expressive, gravity-defying poses quickly and easily, has launched an Indiegogo campaign, raising a phenomenal $199,110 on a $85,000 goal in just one week.
Developed as a tool for storytellers looking to bridge the gap between ideas and computerized animation, Stickybones was founded by film character animators Erik Baker and Lauren Baker. World-renowned animators such as Wes Storhoff (Rio 2), Dave Vasquez (The Peanuts Movie), Garett Shikuma (Ice Age 3) and Julien Santiago (Despicable Me, Epic), among others, have been endorsing the product and its benefits for creators and animators.
Made of industrial-strength materials, Stickybones is comprised of interlocking parts with pre-tensioned, snap-to-fit, ball and sockets. When snapped together, Stickybones becomes a highly articulated, precision-posable, bipedal character that can be smoothly and incrementally positioned and animated into an infinite range of possibilities that meet and exceed the natural human range of motion.
Learn more about Stickybones on the Indegogo campaign page.