Wednesday, October 26, 2011


Pictured, above: A (slightly) bulked-up Uncle Antlers, and my dad's model trucks (a love for miniature runs in the blood). As for feet, I've gone the magnetic route for securing him to sets so as to keep my options open at this point, and they're detachable (brass-stock on the bottom of his legs and top of his feet) so that there's a possibility for different rigging alternatives when it comes to actual animating.

Next week - some posts on costuming!

4 comments:

jriggity said...

This is exciting to watch happen!

jriggity

Seema Virdi said...

this puppet is looking pretty awesome :) Your blog posts with progress shots of your puppet making have been really helpful for making my own, so thanks! :)

Carla Veldman said...

('Tis exciting for me too, Jriggety - I'll keep ya posted!)

Seema - that's awesome! I like your design work, and I'm excited to see how that translates into puppetry. If you have any questions, feel free to ask me!

Seema Virdi said...

aw wow! thanks so much Carla! thats so sweet of you :)