Looks great and kudos in the build.
Thanks! Yes, that was in fact my 11yo son! He's my puppeteer. He's also more then a little wound up at times. He's very bright, too bright at times. He even helped me out on my Intro to Molding and Casting panel I did on Sunday at PCC.made007 said:Is that kid voice your son explaining?
Good stuff there
Cant wait to see it painted
A little of both. I was avoiding cutting large holes until I knew how everything was sitting. The way the mandibles move pull on it also, so it needs to be glued down in position to look more natural.made007 said:What was the problem with the eyes? You didnt cut the hole enough?
Thanks, I'll be saving the full video until after the paint and dreads are on.alphatech686 said:All is looking good my friend. We need a vid of the movement, full open. Very nice.
Excellent!munson said:Awesome! I watched the video a few times and I like the way the Ecoflex moves. So after a few weeks the paints adhering good? Guess I should get on the move and cast up a silicone P2....it's great to see silicone being used more and more, You and Lee have been a huge help. Many thanks to the both of you!
Thanks! I'll have a proper full video soon!munson said:Looking great so far! It's great that the paint is taking to it so well. Thanks for posting your progress as well and I can't wait to see it with dreads and fully functional.
Thanks! It's too bad you didn't get to meet me, I'm quite a person to meet. You let your friends miss out on meeting me too! Tsk, tsk.Untamed said:That is turning out great! I got to see the mask in person unpainted at the phoenix comicon pred panel. You gotta let me come check it out once you finish painting! I didn't get to meet you, I had some impatient friends so once I finished talkin to Glendon and Kurt I had to run. Add dreads and quills and that thing is gonna start movin and breathing on its own! nice job!