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Today I've been playing around with the new feature in Photobucket pro....it is a Beta test for Adobe Remix.....looks like some good stuff/very easy to use....can't wait until it allows uploading my own music, too.
Anyway.....for you viewing enjoyment, heres a compilation of pictures of my 2006 prop, "big momma pumpkin monster" -----enjoy!:D

big momma pumkin monster remix by davethedead - Photobucket
 

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Big Momma Pumkin is just too cool. I love the movement of the head and arms. The head seems to go in and out a little as well as side to side giving it a good affect. Was that intentional or a byproduct of the linkages? It make is look much more creepy.
 

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Big Momma Pumkin is just too cool. I love the movement of the head and arms. The head seems to go in and out a little as well as side to side giving it a good affect. Was that intentional or a byproduct of the linkages? It make is look much more creepy.
a little bit of both....the motor is at an angle, which raises and lowers the head as it goes back and forth....a loose attachment gave it a nice random bobbing motion, too. THX!
 

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nice work there dave ..had to watch the older vid, the other wouldnt open for me but i get the picture (plus i checked out your pics)
 

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It looks great. I liked from some of your earlier posts, but that vid in impressive.


That is one of my favorites.
 

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.....you're a gast?!?!?!?!?! All this time, I thought you were a doctor.


See what a cool prop does? It brings out the truth in people.
 

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How cool is that!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Wow - I love it!!!!!!!!!!
 

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Wow! That totally rocks! I have the same questions as Sickie. Is it just one motor driving everything? That seems like a lot of weight for one motor. I can't figure out how the arms are linked either.

It looks like she is foam covered in cheesecloth but what is on top of that? I want to build a moving creature but am not sure if latex, paper mache or monster mud is the correct path. Doesn't mache break down fairly quickly even if it is waterproofed somehow? On the other hand, isn't monster mud super heavy especially if you plan to use motors. Sorry for asking stupid questions, I am still learning.

She is a wickededly cool prop! Very nicely done!! Oh, and that head is absolutely incredible!
 
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