charuhas I see the arms and legs are very thin You may have trouble with the wire up against  the mould  when you pour. Maybe you can paint on a few... Show more

charuhas Thanks Mr Force, I will recast mould again by making new model. What material I should use to thin paint directly on mould? 3 weeks ago
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Mr_Force Well, You can mix up a little of the silicone that you plan on using for the puppet too make first few layers after it cures then mix up the rest for the pour. Its a common thing done to reduce bubbles and sometimes too add colour to the casting. 3 weeks ago
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charuhas Thanks Mr Force, I tried as you said on small other mould and it works. Once agin thanks for suggestion. 3 weeks ago
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Mr_Force Hello I looked up an old video from StopmoNick of adding layers to the mould before finishing the main pour and this example also shows how you can add some colours to the puppet. The example I'm talking about starts at 2:35 It sure can be a lot of work. www.youtube.com/watch

Making silicone puppet head

Part 2 of making puppet heads - this one requires sculpting in clay, making a plaster mould, then casting in silicone rubber. The sculpting and...

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charuhas Thanks Mr. Force for sharing this video. Do you have any detailed video for eye mechanism. 3 weeks ago
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Mr_Force The video showed the simple eye setup that was in place when StopmoNick poured the silicone into the mould then he cut out the eyes and cleaned up the model but if you want to see another way to design eyes here is a newer system. www.youtube.com/watch 3 weeks ago
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charuhas Thanks Mr Force, very good idea they used very strong magnet for eyes. Once again thanks for sharing such informative links. 3 weeks ago
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