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These fish props made their debut on the Theatre Ancaster stage in the 2008 production of Beauty & the Beast. They were on for a total of maybe 5 minutes in the “market scene”! However, since then the fish have proven to be useful in a number of other Theatre Ancaster shows. We try to get them as much stage time as much as possible, and from the photos you might guess why. They took a lengthy process to put together, but ended with a great result. The original sculpt was made with wet clay over a foam and plastic armature, the molds are plaster piece molds, and a rubber latex was brushed on and built up in layers to reach the desired thickness. Acrylic paints were used to colour the fish (although I do recommend using a proper paint made for use on latex if you can afford it and want the piece to last). Clear glass gems were painted on the flat bottom side to create the fish’s eyeballs.

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3 Responses to “Latex Fish – The Making Of”

  1. Darin White
    13 October 2011 at 4:48 pm #

    Agnes! Wow! Fantastic construction and the finished result is outstanding. Thanks so much for the detailed build photos. I know that doubles the amount of time for the project, but it’s massively inspiring.

    Yer the maker’s maker, Agnes.


  2. Janet
    20 November 2012 at 12:51 am #

    These fish are amazing. Paul is honoured to have the privilege of using one in Hairspray! Do they have names?

    • Agnes
      20 November 2012 at 1:38 am #

      Janet, I have not named the fish! Maybe you could help me.
      I am glad they are getting some stage time again.