How to Build an Animatronic Head Part 1 - Creating the Mechanical Underskull

How to Build an Animatronic Head Part 1 - Creating the Mechanical Underskull

Stan Winston School of Character Arts

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Stan Winston Studios: How to Build an Animatronic Head Part 1 - Creating the Mechanical Underskull is a video stream which is part 1 of a 4 part web series, where Stan Winston studio's master creature effects mechanic Craig Caton-Largent goes over techniques behind building an animatronic head. Learn from the genius behind effects in Jurassic Park, Terminator 2: Judgment Day, Predator 2 etc., how to create an epoxy & fiberglass underskull, the critical first step in building facial animatronics for your character creations.

Approx. Runtime: 03:28:43

Highlights:
• Tips for Controlling Skin Thickness
• Laying-Up Clay Inside the Mold for Core Creation
• Creating a "Throw Away" Core Mold
• Laying Up the Epoxy/Fiberglass Underskull
• Joining the Underskull Halves
Watch part 2 to learn about how to design, construct, and mount eye mechanisms inside your character's fiberglass underskull.

Watch part 3 to learn about how simple servo-driven eyebrows and a mechanical jaw can help you bring your character animatronics to life.

Watch part 4 to learn about the final steps of your mechanical character build, including an in-depth demonstration on creating servo-controlled lip mechanisms, followed by skin testing, and basic animatronics programming.
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