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In this video of TVLesson Paul Louis teaches you how to make eyebrows for a monster puppet.
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On behalf of tvlesson.com, my name is Mugsy with puppetnetwork.com. Today, we’re making puppets. Alright then, so now our puppets eyes are kind of good in there, pretty good. Alright, and what you’re going to do is, remember this piece of black thin rubber? You’re going to cut two little circles out that are going to act as the pupils. And you’re simply going to take your hot glue gun and a little dub on there and you’re going to find a spot on the eye where you want the pupil would be. I like the pupils of my characters to be kind of in towards the center rather. Towards the center. And the reason being is, because again, it gives of more a cartoon type look, and I really like that kind of look. I’m a big fan of that look with puppets. That looks really cuddly and really cute and really silly. And you know, the good thing about hot glue is that you can, you know, while its drying you can kind of move it till you get it in the right position. But basically you want to hold the character in front you and make sure that its looking directly looking at you. And if the character is actually making an eye contact with you then you’re definitely on the right track, and that’s where the puppets pupil should be. Now, you remember the boa that we have? Well we can extenuates these eyes and give them some more detail very easily, simply by taking our boa, by putting it like this. So I’m going to take my hot glue, and I’m going to put a streak of hot glue on this side and a streak of hot glue on that side. I’m going to take my boa, I’m going to press it down a little bit and I’m going to press it down over the streaks of glue I just laid out on the puppet. That really, really you know, gives the character an extra especial kick, gives them a little eyebrow there, alright.