CLOTH FOLEY: SWEATER FLAM
Some fabric Foley. After messing around with a blanket for a while, I started to use my everyday studio sweater— I keep a sweater at the studio so I can show up in a short sleeved shirt every day and have something to put on if I get cold, which happens from time to time here in Minnesota.
This is an attempt to harness cloth impact as a flam— and a successful attempt, I might add, because everything I do is successful. I’ll probably wind up slowing this down to achieve the relaxed, more plush friction I’m going for with this particular cue.
I placed the pillow (the impacted surface, in this case) on top of a piece of plywood in case there was some bonus woodiness to be gleaned (s befits the scene). There was not, other than the bonus points I unquestionably earned for effort.