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ok guys- never seen this in person, but I gotta know how they do it. Obviously it's animatronic. However- what's that material around her face that allows her to move like that? Some sort of rubber? Man this is cool...
 

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It looks like she's built in two.

The face and hair are one solid piece. It moves independently ( IN and OUT) from the rest of the tombstone relief. The eyes "blink" like those on the talking douglas fir!

I bet this can be made both light weight and inexpensive with some douglas fir eyes, a wig head, and a reindeer motor turned sideways.
 

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Where do I see LaurieBeast's work?

Yes, it's animatronic. Meaning, servos. Again- not sure what the material is surrounding it. It holds the paint/color VERY well to make it look like real copper/bronze...
 

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Where do I see LaurieBeast's work?

Yes, it's animatronic. Meaning, servos. Again- not sure what the material is surrounding it. It holds the paint/color VERY well to make it look like real copper/bronze...
LaurieBeast's work (she is AMAZING and should be a professional character builder - her props are works of art):

http://www.halloweenforum.com/tutorials-step-step/68036-horror-portrait-tutorial-part-one.html
http://www.halloweenforum.com/tutorials-step-step/68038-horror-portrait-tutorial-part-two.html

http://www.halloweenforum.com/halloween-props/67997-vampiress-morbidia.html

and my personal favorite:
http://www.halloweenforum.com/halloween-props/63395-bride-completed.html


and the silicone or rubberized face of the stone may not be painted. I would think they cast it in colors and tints and avoid paint altogether.
 

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Where do I see LaurieBeast's work?

Yes, it's animatronic. Meaning, servos. Again- not sure what the material is surrounding it. It holds the paint/color VERY well to make it look like real copper/bronze...
I think MrChicken hit it on the head - silicone. It can handle a wide variety of color, maintains a lot of flexibility and has good resistance to the elements.
 
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