How many of you make your own dubbing? If so, what do you use to make yours and do you prefer it over bought dubbing?
Mama Kitten (at least 19 years old) was not amused by her new role as "dubbing producer" for my Carey Special variations.
Same here, I think it is the best way to do it, and the colors tones you get are are impossible to replicate with commercial dubbings. It is a similar experience to buying a partridge skin and buying partridge feather bags... Nonetheless, I've found myself using less and less dubbing in the past months, so the coffee grinder has not been spinning for some time now.I buy hare masks and shave them myself. I separate the light/dark and fine/coarse hairs, so I have more control. I find that most commercial hare dubbing is crap. I also blend dubbings, by hand, so I don't have to buy every color.