3D Plasticine Cursor

We made this colorful 3D Plasticine cursor pack from a putty-like modeling material made from calcium salts, petroleum jelly, and aliphatic acids. Plasticine is used for children's play and as a modeling medium for more formal or permanent structures. This material is commonly chosen for stop-motion animation, including several Oscar-winning films by Nick Park. Plasticine-like materials are appealing to animators because the material can be used with ease - it is mouldable enough to create a character, flexible enough to allow that character to move in many ways, and dense enough to retain its shape easily when combined with a wire armature, not melting under hot studio lighting.

3D Plasticine Cursor

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