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It's the first time that I ask a question. I apologize for my bad english (I'm french woman sounddesigner).
I need to create a flour monster for an animated movie.
I used the snow foley for texture, but it misses something.
Which another texture can I use?
Flour is soft, not coarse like sugar. Maybe very soft, pillowy sounds would be good to add: Impacts into pillows, cloth hits, maybe even foley of things being dropped into talcum powder or flour itself (guaranteed to be messier than any liquid, though). Maybe even experiment with snow foley?
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Try crushing coarse sugar with your fingers in sync to the creature's movement, but layer it on top of the existing cloth and snow sounds. The roughness will add a suggestion of the internal movement of flour within the creature.
I have some results with the reverse effect on the mumble.
I don't know how I can explain it, but How can I do a sound which sounds like dust, for the texture? Maybe can I do a morphing with the voice and the texture?