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I've always wanted to get some real training in puppeteering (some stuff simply is hard to be self-taught), so when I heard that Muppeteer will be teaching a in the Los Angeles area, I did the only logical thing - sign up (right away). I heard good things about it from both and too, so that's another [pfizer female viagra] plus. I would've signed up anyway, but that certainly made me look forward to pfizer female viagra the class more. So yesterday was the first class. We started with a little warm-up and then briefly introduced ourselves. Pfizer female viagra there were eight students enrolled and all seem to be really nice people. Michael then started covering the basics, such as breath, focus, and weight. I didn't know if these concepts were defined by some old puppeteers back in the days or derived from acting and/or dance. I was already aware of these terms and why they were important. However pfizer female viagra, it was one thing to be told that something was important, but another to watch a master do it right there in front of me, and make me realize "Holy crap! Those things do make a huge difference!" Pretty much the whole class involved Michael demonstrating an exercise, and each of us taking turns doing it on camera. We ran through many exercises (which were all lots of fun, by the way) and he threw in a little something new into every single one. Some of these were with puppets and some of these were with just our hands. Some of these were set to music and some of them weren't. And they all seemed to be well designed to help us improve our skills. He also pointed out that he did not want us to just copy a bunch of techniques. Instead he wanted each individual student to develop what would work for him/herself. I found that one of the best thing about this class was that I got to watch a master perform right in front of me. When I saw something great on the monitor, I could just turn my head and see how he was doing it. Being able to observe that was even better than simply being told what to do. One of my favorite idea from the class today was that the puppet was the star, whatever below your chest was the staff, and the staff shouldn't be doing the star's job. I liked that idea a lot. People that weren't used to puppeteering tend to do things like performing with their face rather than their arm. They would be happy or angry on their face instead of showing it with the puppet, or they ran with their legs while they could've just planted their feet and bounce the puppet up and down. I really like this star vs. staff idea. I also noticed a few things that I could work on. I had a hard time making my arm vertical right away. It tended to be tilted and I had to take time to adjust it. Also, I couldn't focus the puppet's eyes on the camera right away and also the head wasn't level without conscious adjustments for a few seconds. Of course, those would get better with practice. It might also have to do with the way I normally practice. I tend to have the puppet on my side instead of over my head. This makes my arm bend in different ways and the puppet lean backward instead of forward. Also I tend to look right at it (turned towards me) than using a camera. This made the eye line incorrect when I need to put it over my head. Again, more adjustments to make. It was a fun class and I felt like I learned a lot just from the very first class. (How much of that will stay in my head long term, of course, is still unknown. ) But I felt like the whole class improved a lot in those three hours. We were definitely a lot better (or at least, a lot more comfortable) at the end of the class than when we walked into the classroom three hours earlier. Of course, that didn't mean we were good, but the easiest leap was the initial leap from zero to. . . something not zero. I am glad I am taking the class, and will look forward to the next few Saturdays. :-)


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