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well i have an original puppet episode in the works..but cant do anything cos i need several unrelated people in one room coming for all over the country to film it.
 

andersonitis

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Thank you. I managed to find one from another source. Would anyone happen to know what type of wire was used to attach the microphone to? I have only found really soft wire. I think it is 1mm thickness.
 
I've been thinking about attempting to add a moving lip to a head, does anyone know of the best way to do this please ? Is there a "how to" anywhere that I can follow please ?
 

nialle46

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I've been thinking about attempting to add a moving lip to a head, does anyone know of the best way to do this please ? Is there a "how to" anywhere that I can follow please ?
Well you really need a fibreglass head for this to work for you, Resin heads aren't really suitable, no how to, I learned by trial and error and loads of practise , basically look at reference pics of the internal mechanisms , Terry Curtis sells these on his website and is a really nice Man.
 
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