That is sweet Doc
uhhh..no. I did try that once, but it just looked BAD. Here is a pic of the PVC frame and mech. It cranks a hinged hip made of a single PVC pipe through two PVC Tees on the bottom of the torso. It makes the upper legs pull up, like if you were to sit down, and throws the lower legs forward by momentum.Me like.....Is this the traditional wipermoter in the bucket prop?
I could take a pic of the legs, but they are all covered in padding now. There really isn't much to it, as I borrowed Deathlords Hangman body frame and hip joint design. The only difference between his and mine, really, is his is pneumatic, and mine uses a wiper motor.That's some amazing movement, Dr., any hopes of you posting more detail on the building of it? Maybe some photo's of the leg portion.
I'm pretty much a nube at building props, I've done a few bodies before, but would just stick a Bobble Ball in their chest for some random twitching, with a somewhat rigid skeleton for realistic movement (elbows, knees, etc) unfortunately, those aren't on the market anymore.
Thanks, didn't know that's where it came from.Here is a link to his page, which should give you a better idea how the body is constructed...