Halloween Dragon

I've been working on this dragon for over a year. I followed the techniques from Stan Winston School with Ted Haines working with foam. I built the wooden frame, covered it with foam, and used latex and rubber cement paint. I hope to use this for a no-budget film in the Spring.

Taking it for a test drive.
Hey, there are legs sticking out! That's my son driving it.
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  • Here's an early test of the frame. It's a lot easier to move without all of the latex and foam. I had to change the neck to aluminum to support the head.
    And a video. Same sound as the first.

  • Behind Scenes stills. It's a long process.

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