Wednesday, September 27, 2006
Using the same technique as the top jaw, I've constructed the puppet's bottom jaw. Like the top jaw, it was made from two triangles of foam glued together in the middle. For this puppet the bottom is just slightly smaller than the top jaw.
Once the top and bottom jaws are constructed they are ready to be attached to the puppet's head.
Sunday, September 10, 2006
Wednesday, September 06, 2006
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This puppet has a long pointy snout. To make that I'm using two squared triangular shapes with a one slightly curved side. The two curved sides are glued together to give the nose a slight swoop. The squared tips at the narrow end of the puppets snout, are glued together to make it rounded.
Tuesday, September 05, 2006
The puppet head shape is nearly complete. To give the head a flat top, I've glued on a flat rounded foam shape to the center of the head. Next I added four small triangles to give the bottom of the puppet's head the proper roundness.
Friday, September 01, 2006
This puppet was designed and built by Sam Hale for The Fox Lantern. The puppet show playd July 29 - August 20 at the Centenary United Methodist Church in Little Tokyo, Los Angeles. Sam designed and built the puppets for the show with additional puppets built by Mirna Lozano & Jonathan Alvarez. The puppet show set in feudal Japan told its story non verbaly with table top puppets, and shadow puppets. It was directed by Leslie K Grey, and featued the performing talents of Same Hale, Michael Oosterom, Eli Presser & Janet Song. Original music was composed and performed by George Abe.