Puppetry for Beginners – Part 4: Conveying Emotions

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Colin Dymond teaches how to show how Conveying Emotions in puppets and improving your performance ability in this short video using his characters made by Steve Axtell and Axtell Expressions.

Puppetry for Beginners will team you how Conveying Emotions in your performance rocks

Conveying Emotions is what takes your puppet from moms basement, to a million hits. It’s the defining factor in bringing a character to life. Master emotion and your puppetry game will surely get noticed.

Are you learning from this series: Puppetry for Beginners? Hopefully you are and can use these as building blocks for better performances. Share your experiences in the comments below.

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Steve Lichtman Administrator
Puppet Builder , FleeceHEAD
I’m a fleece and fur flying, video game playing, metal loving, princess party having, man of many talents. Living just outside of NYC on the Island of Long. Enjoy your life! No matter how many times people shake their head, always remain true to yourself.
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