For laying hair on silicone I would try an adhesive like Mouldlife's Snappy G.
With silicone you could also punch some of the hair.
How to Punch Hair - Hairwork for Silicone Characters Part 1
How to Punch Hair - Hairwork for Silicone Characters Pa…
When it comes down to an armature that needs to break down so individual pieces can be molded, I'm a fan of designing around sockets or using threaded metal pipe.
With sockets you have two pieces that slide into one another. They are typically con…
Lot of great tips there! Reminds me that I need to force myself to work on all my projects a little bit every day rather than waiting for that elusive weekend where I'll finally have time (spoiler alert: it almost never happens!)
I also struggle w…
These are pretty advanced techniques, but that's no reason not to give it a try!
The two best known transformations in this genera are the following
American Werewolf in London:
The general process is to start with a life cast of…
I would oversize the pattern slightly to allow for a seam allowance and sew the hand halves together inside-out and then reverse them like a glove. This would hide the seams better.
You can also try looking up "how to make gloves" videos on YouTub…
You can glue the hair on using an adhesive like prosaide. We actually have a lesson that covers this process, and it would be perfect for a Wookiee.
Fur Transfer, Electrostatic Flocking and Hair Punching:
That's a tricky one!
Fabric reinforcing with a two way stretch cloth like a "power mesh" would be ideal, and then you can encapsulate that with silicone.
Silicone does not like to bond to anything other than silicone, so getting your repairs to …
Liquid latex and liquid rubber latex are the same thing. There are different formulas of liquid latex depending on the intended application, with differing quantities of latex rubber, water, and ammonia and occasionally other additives.
I would try a contact adhesive like Barge. This would provide a durable and flexible bond. I would test on a smaller piece of the fabric to insure it does not bleed through to the beauty side of the fabric.
With contact adhesives like b…
For the epoxy coating, brushing on multiple thinner passes may help a bit with the material not settling the way you want. There is also a product by Smooth-On called "XTC-3D" which is designed for coating 3D prints, but it too is a low viscosity s…
This forum post has some good links and a video about making your own foam oven.
Let me know if you have any other questions!
Here's a couple other useful Adafruit links:
Here is a Raspberry Pi solution, similar to the Teensy one you listed. It looks li…