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Avenue Q-Rod replica HELP

Discussion in 'Puppet Building and Performing' started by gooby1244, Feb 12, 2012.

  1. gooby1244 New Member

    Hi, I am about to make a replica puppet of "Rod" from the Broadway musical Avenue Q. Has anyone here done this before; if so, do you have any tips for making him? I am quite curious about the lower jaw-and I plan on doing this with sheet foam, so how would I get that big round look like he has?
    and i especially need help with his HAIR. Anyone done this before? HOW DID YOU DO HIS HAIR?!

    Much appreciated.[IMG]
  2. propologist Member

    Hi,
    Just buy a wig, get it on the puppet and then take it to the wig place and hey can style it for you.

    Mike
  3. theAlexTN New Member

  4. Keeermit Active Member

    Don't use a wig , Rods hair is made from fur then trimmed and styled. Plus the amount of fur you need is much cheaper than buying a wig.
  5. gooby1244 New Member

    i really like your replica, nice work. did you put hair spray in it to make it hold that shape?
  6. WillyThePig Member

    on mine, i used a piece of foam for the front of it shaped like his hair (that sort of wave look and covered it in a small patch of craft fur that i found at Joann fabrics. I used hairspray to style it but it refused to stay where i put it so i put a coat of Mod Podge over it and i was very impressed with the results. but i do think that it was a little bit too dark.

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/79648631@N04/7300021872/

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