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This How-To DIY Video is directed at Mannequin Builders
John, our Stun Dummy Double with articulating joints(Double Ball), Duct Tape Skin, Resin Head Cast, and PVC Frame. The Dummy idea spawned after Gabriel (Owner of Tulsa Video Magazine) had been performing some acrobatic features and Troy thought it would be funny if he messed up really bad. But how could we do that without hurting Gabriel in the process?
Our Stunt Dummy was then thought of and we thought to ourselves, well what if others would be interested in the creating something of the same stature. So we decided to video the process to show him off to the world. And then it dawned on us, we could use our own website to promote ourselves and be our first customers. It was the perfect test subject. So we documented all of our steps, threw john in a test video and then put him on our own website to see if we could use him to jumpstart our process. Quite frankly, if you'"re viewing this page and reading this far it has been a major success. We intend to use John in as many videos as possible to bring laughter and joy about the talents available in Tulsa. He is the perfect Stunt dummy because of how we made his articulating joints. Which the idea for the articulating joints is a concept that we hadn'"t ever heard of. A double ball joint for his Arm Sockets, Shoulders, Hands, Feet, and Knee caps was the first in existence. We have made several to his joints since the publication of this video which are all labeled out in the icons above this video.
Our Stunt Mannequin is the first in existence to have a double ball joint for his Arm Sockets, Shoulders, Hands, Feet, and Knee caps.
In our Articulating Joint update we carefully go over each detail we took to create this joint. Including sizes and parts used that are necessary for our creation of this piece. It is slightly different creation than this video as we add a double ball instead of just a singular ball. This mannequin is very unique and we plan on making several changes in the near future. These updates will be added to our mannequin page here if you are interested in being a part of our updates to the mannequin or have an idea that you would like for us to try please contact us at the top via email, phone call or text and we will be happy to get you on board with our team. Also we are always looking for new and innovative ideas to add to the Tulsa Video Magazine experience. We would love for a new idea to be presented that we could collaborate and work on as a community. Feel free to submit any idea you have for ANY type of mechanics, Park Renovation, Tulsa ANYTHING.
We also show how we wrapped his Skin with Duct tape for this PVC Stage Prop Creation
Although his insides don'"t look anything like Gabriel the owner of T.V.M. all of the dimensions for John, we decided to give our stunt dummy a name, all of his dimensions were taken and drawn from Gabriels heights and weights so that he would seem more realistic. Even his skin, or body armor was first put on Gabe to make the outter layer of John more realistic. His armor is made completely out of black and some grey duct tape and constructed first by wrapping Gabe in it, carefully cutting it loose from him and then stuffing it with things like, cotton pieces. We also decided to use a hardened foam base to fill his legs and arms to the same widths and lengths that Gabriel also has on his own body. This process was a very interesting one and great for learning how your body works it's not too difficult and is great fun for children to create this cheap mannequin. I would recommend it if you child is in to mechanics as well as athletics, it really shows you the range that your body has and how you can use your body to its extents without harming the insides.
Finally, there are no words that can describe the amount of help we are getting from our viewers, each and every view we get is a fundamental achievement that we have for our magazine, the more this video is shared and liked by everyone the more we get out of it. I would like to take just a minute and thank each and every person that has been to our website from YouTube, shared the video, liked the video. You guys are awesome.