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In this video of TVLesson Paul Louis demonstrates how to make a tongue for a monster puppet.
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On behalf of tvlesson.com, my name is Mugsy with puppetnetwork.com. Today, we are making puppets. Do you remember that little piece of red rubber? What we are going to do with this red rubber is we’re going to make a tongue, alright. you’re going to find that you get a lot of little pieces of fur and too much all over the place but you know, I diddledee a puppeteer’s life for me, you know what I’m saying, alright. So, we’re going to take this piece of rubber, and I like to make a little bit kind of heart shape and I’m kind of pretty good at this because I do this all the time but you know, you might want to draw a little pattern and use that same pattern all the time, but it’s okay if it’s not perfect, that’s okay, alright. What we’re going to do with that is, we’re going to take your black magic marker and you’re going to make a black line, a little bit above the bottom there, alright, coming all the way to the point where it goes in. and we’re going to take your hot glue, there’s some hot glue on there like so. So we’re going to put inside the puppets mouth, just like that, you can positioned it anyway you like. That’s how we’re going to have are puppets mouth. Okay, looking good so far, alright. Now, what I like you to do now is, remember your foam rubber? You’re going to grab your foam rubber, okay. And when you take your foam rubber and you’re going to cut a little V shape here at the bottom, triangle shape, like so.