I just found your video on liquid latex build up for hands, it's very helpful! I'm about to try it out for the first time now. Just wondering if you can paint the skin colour onto latex after it's dried or does it have to be mixed in before hand?
Hi, i'm currently making a Life sized realistic, raptor head puppet for stop motion, that involves recycled cushion foam, Aluminium wire(for the armature frame) glue, plywood, liquid latex, screws, washers, and paint, do you think that all purpose glue will be good for sticking the foam to the wire and the plywood? P.S You're awesome, and my project is inspired by the building of your amazing Dragon head puppet. I will post the finished project, and and animation to go with it, on your page. I hope you read this and i hope you enjoy the results.
Hi Nick. Your puppets all look great! I am interested in making a latex puppet, but it's a creature and doesn't have the luxury of hiding aspects of it's creation with clothes. This is my first time attempting a latex puppet. I was searching online for good sources for really in depth instruction. Would you know of any books that cover the topic in detail? I sent a friend request to message you this question, but then realized I could just comment it. Anyway, much appreciated. Be well!
Hi sorry to pester you, but I would really appreciate your help. I have you seen you help so many many people on this site over the years, but I have a really confusing problem. I have been doing stop motion for many years now, but only since last year have I tried to make it a profession, but one thing in stopping my work looking professional is the bad flickering in my films. I’ve tried everything. Im using a canon, so I decided to buy a high quality Nikon lens adapter, so I can mount the older style manual aperture lens. I then bought a older style manual Nikon lens, to override the the aperture, but I still have the exact same flickering! It really doesn’t make sense and I have tried nearly everything. Do you any suggestions , thanks for your time I really appreciate it.
Also here is my setup:
Using Dragon Frame
Using a canon E0S 600d, with very pricey Novoflex adapter E0S/ NIK NT
Using a Nikon manual aperture 55mm Macro lens
Wearing black clothing
Room with no other light coming through over than dedolights.
Hey Nick, I just found your U-tube channel and I almost spit out my coffee laughing so hard at the video you made of the latex hands, and the puppet of Bin Laden. Great tutorial, and totally halarious. And also I hope you except my invitation. Mike.
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