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Something cool for latex puppet makers

Discussion in 'Puppet Building and Performing' started by monkeyjb1988, Mar 3, 2011.

  1. monkeyjb1988

    monkeyjb1988 Member

    I asked Monster Makers (www.monstermakers.com) if the instructions in their latex mask making book can be applied to making latex puppets. They said yes, but that wasn't the only reason I wanted to post this:

    I already figured the book could be used for puppets, but the news about the hand armature is really good. Hope this helps anyone.
  2. Buck-Beaver

    Buck-Beaver Active Member

    This is great to learn (I've used their products before), but it's actually very easy to make a hand armature yourself, in fact if do a lifecast of your hand your can be sure that the puppet head will fit your hand like a glove.
  3. monkeyjb1988

    monkeyjb1988 Member

    True. You don't even need a life cast for a liquid latex puppet. Just make a hole you can fit your hand through and make the head bigger than that (thank you to Norren Young).

    I was excited because there isn't that much about latex puppet making and I thought it was cool Monster Makers thought of latex puppet makers.

    I understand someone could do it themselves. Heck, I would cause I have big arms/hands and I doubt it would work with me. I'm just excited about this. :)


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