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Making Female Body - Mature

Discussion in 'Puppet News' started by puppetise, May 8, 2006.

  1. puppetise

    puppetise Well-Known Member

    ok some one close to me asked for me to build a puppet version of her i have pics of her and i am attempting a protto type of her but i searched the forum and the only thing i found on the female body diddnt look right on the puppet as she has what you would call perky breasts could you guys help me out it would meen alot pleease

  2. gfarkwort

    gfarkwort Well-Known Member

    Why don't you carve them out of a block of foam?...I believe Rick Lyon has a good example Picture on his website, in the Crank Yankers section (sorry I don't have the link, I'm slacking at work, and the Computers are SLOW!!!)

    ....but yea...I think carving would be a good way to go....although I've never tried it....it's something to test out...
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  3. mrhogg

    mrhogg Well-Known Member

    When I made a woman puppet recently, I modelled the breasts (which was somewhat surreal, as I'm friends with the person the puppet is based on). I used a project puppet pattern for the puppet (a rotondo, I think).

    For the breasts, I cut a piece of foam that was like a four-leaf clover, but with the top two "leaves" being somewhat stretched out.

    I did a rough, horrible sketch to show you how it looks, and in doing so, realize that maybe "butterfly" is a better description...


    If you played around with the sizing of each wing/leaf, you should be able to get the amount of perkiness you're looking for.
  4. puppetise

    puppetise Well-Known Member

    ok i built a test breast how did u cover them and did u make a nipple? if so how

    ps an i cant find rick lyons thing
  5. Punch'n'Judy

    Punch'n'Judy Well-Known Member

  6. puppetise

    puppetise Well-Known Member

    ok umm how do i make that ut a little less in size along lucy the **** size from av q
  7. Phantom

    Phantom Well-Known Member

    This thread should have been preceded by a commercial for AXE body spray. :)
  8. lowercasegods

    lowercasegods Well-Known Member

    Please post some photos as your puppet progresses. I'd love to see how your work evolves. And I'm saying this from an artistic perspective, not a "oh man, I wanna see a naked puppet chick" pervert perspective! Ha!
  9. D'Snowth

    D'Snowth Well-Known Member

    OMG! What IS this?!:eek:
  10. ReneeLouvier

    ReneeLouvier Well-Known Member

    It's a neat thread talking about wanting to create a female puppet with some perky sweater puppies. That's all. XD

    It seems lewd at first, but reading farther into it, it's just an attempt to make a better puppet from my own opinion at least. XD
  11. D'Snowth

    D'Snowth Well-Known Member

  12. mummytomb

    mummytomb Well-Known Member

    Just like anything else you have to Create the shape. No Problem. Just picture 2 Berts looking for a contact lens.
  13. Puppetplanet

    Puppetplanet Well-Known Member

    *cracking up laughing*

    I managed to retain a sense of professionalism reading this thread.... all the way up to that last comment about "Bert heads". :D
  14. mrhogg

    mrhogg Well-Known Member

    My breast pattern is for reasonable sized breasts, I guess. For super-crazy-large breasts, I suppose you could use foam balls, and just wrap fabric over them.

    I just made an album to show how I built my female puppet: http://bubbleshare.com/myalbum/31625.ea8514d9a97/767703/thumbnails

    I took fewer pictures during the construction than I thought I had, but here's one where you can see what it looks like with the breasts attached to the body:

    As far as the application goes, I glued the breasts onto the body segment, then glued the fabric over it (it involved some cutting, but as I was winging it, I don't have a pattern to share, unfortunately).

    I should mention that I didn't make any nipples, but if you need them, I'd suggest either putting them on the clothes (to make the fabric covering simpler), or scuplting a little nub out of foam (or maybe use something harder, like a pencil eraser, as I imagine the fabric pressure would make it... um... smaller).
  15. D'Snowth

    D'Snowth Well-Known Member

    I spilled my Puffies!
  16. puppetise

    puppetise Well-Known Member

    thnx guys i built tesst ones ill mess around with the pattern to get it right
  17. mrhogg

    mrhogg Well-Known Member

    I hope you're able to get the effect you're looking for, puppetise. I'd love to see pictures when you've got something to show.
  18. puppetise

    puppetise Well-Known Member

  19. Fozzie Bear

    Fozzie Bear Well-Known Member

    For some characters we're building for an internet show that's opposite the scale of things than what I do with Muley, I just took the fabric and cut some circles out, stitched around the edge and pulled it tight around some polyester. It works for the characters we're doing.

    And for the old woman, we made two small bags that we'll sew into place inside her neck and leave them stuffed (probably with some bean bags inside) so they hang low and flop when needed.
  20. mrhogg

    mrhogg Well-Known Member

    That's a really good idea, Fozzie.

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