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Dying Antron Fleece - Skintones

Discussion in 'Puppet Building and Performing' started by callmemilo, Nov 2, 2011.

  1. callmemilo

    callmemilo Member

    This may have already been covered in another thread, but I'm wondering if anyone has any tips / formulas for achieving specific skintone colours when dying Antron fleece.

    I'm specifically thinking in terms of producing puppets like Miss Piggy, Swedish Chef and Beaker, whose skins are very close to flesh coloured. As far as I'm aware, you can't buy flesh-colour dyes off the shelf.
  2. Goochman

    Goochman Member

    I use Rit dye on white Antron. Tan mixed with pink, orange or yellow make great skin tones. I sell dyed Antron as well. Take a look at my site if you like.

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  3. callmemilo

    callmemilo Member

    Thanks Goochman, I'll look into that. You may have me bugging you for an order soon, lol.
  4. Goochman

    Goochman Member

    If you want some, better order soon, I'm running low on Antron

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