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How to Make A Rizzo Poser!

Discussion in 'Puppet News' started by Gerbert, Jun 30, 2010.

  1. Gerbert

    Gerbert Well-Known Member

    So Here is The pattern for the Inner body foam For Your Rizzo Puppet/Doll/Poser Build!
    Step 1: Print out the Pattern then Cut it out.

    Step 2: Buy retriculated Foam or Sheet Foam. I suggest using Sheet Foam.

    Step 3: Once the Sheet foam Arrives. MAKE SURE ITS WHITE/YELLOW

    Step 4: Trace the rat Pattern with a Skinny Black Marker, You can get those At Dollar Tree. :-P

    Step 5: Cut out the Traced Foam

    WARNING NUMBER 1: DO NOT USE ELMER'S GLUE OR CARPENTER'S GLUE! I wasted Printer Ink AND 30 Dollars worth of Foam. This is a BIIIG no no In Puppet Building

    Step 6: Use Gorilla Glue and carefully glue The Insert Together

    Step 7: Use This Fur pattern From the REAL RIZZO http://img2.pict.com/ec/f7/ce/3738919/0/1277922191.jpg

    Step 8: Print the Fur pattern, Cut it, And trace it over the NON-furry side of the fur 2 Times!

    Step 9: Glue the Fur peices Together once you Resize it to fit Over the Foam instert.

    Step 10: Carefully insert The Foam insert Inside. EASY you Now have your Own Rizzo Doll/Puppet/Poser!
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  2. unheard

    unheard Well-Known Member

    thanks your the best.
  3. Gerbert

    Gerbert Well-Known Member

    Your welcome. ALSO! Everyone who Tackles This Build. The Average Materials would cost About Ummmm. $78.00. I'mma Start making kits and Sell Only Four For $29.99 But for People I sorta Know on Here will Get a 10% Discount!
  4. Melonpool

    Melonpool Well-Known Member

    I'd resist the urge to start selling these, unless you want to hear some serious backlash -- and since you're suing someone else's patterns as a starting point.

    Just a warning!
  5. Gerbert

    Gerbert Well-Known Member

    Ok. Thanks for the warning
  6. CoOKiE

    CoOKiE Well-Known Member

    have you tried this yet? i'd love to see pictures... and i dont think i'll be doing this... unless i ever did a gonzo... but hey great idea
  7. unheard

    unheard Well-Known Member

    Just wondering please could you tell me do you think it would be hard to make him moveable puppet ?
    I guess his moving mouth is like beckers buton a small scale ?
    If he could be made moveable could he be upgraded later ?
  8. Gerbert

    Gerbert Well-Known Member

    VERY hard! But if You'll want a puppet go buy the Rizzo Mech from propologist For $150 as I recall. But if Your making A doll for like A Small Rizzo the Rat fan (A baby or Kid Age's 5 -9) Stick a barbeque skewer at the top inside and make a cardboard Mouth peice Loosesly Glue it to where You want it! I suggest making A Doll for The little ones Or for you. :) Have Fun EVERYONE! Also Cookie asked If I can Make a Tutorial for A Gonzo Poser. It will only be a Head thou My cousin Can't get hold of the Original sheet Foam body. (Scrunched Up Kermit Face) YEESH!
  9. Gerbert

    Gerbert Well-Known Member

    By the Way, yes I tried it It was perfect until I used the wrong Glue. :-( I'm gonna try again Once I retrieve the Materials Again. WARNING NUMBER 2: This is perfect for People who Dont want to Spend $300 But want to Make a Replica for Under $90. :) Have Fun!
  10. unheard

    unheard Well-Known Member

    ok sounds better i will Make a Replica for Under $90.
    cant wait for some photo's
  11. Kermieuk

    Kermieuk Well-Known Member

    Does anyone on here have the images of the patterns??? This is an old thread and the image links no longer work. Would love to see them and try to make a Rizzo.

  12. Fozzaqua

    Fozzaqua New Member

    Can you give me an idea where to get a hold of propologist for a Rizzo Mech. I'd like to buy one.
  13. muppetperson

    muppetperson Well-Known Member

    Unfortunately, Propologist is very busy and is unable to take orders for anyone to build Rizzo Mechs.
  14. Reevz1977

    Reevz1977 Well-Known Member

    Can I echo Chris and ask if anyone has the pattern images or can help with making a Rizzo, I'd love to take a crack at him!!
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  15. Muppetboy09

    Muppetboy09 Well-Known Member

    Same here!!!
    SarahAnna and Kermieuk like this.

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