Hello everyone. A long while ago, I stumbled upon using 3D printing for puppets and thought it was cool. Just a few days ago, I was messing around and saw that you could print a material that was like latex. I immediately thought "Why not a puppet head?" Then I remembered that most oddly shaped 3D models need support material and why that would make things more difficult for a hollow puppet head. That said, I've seen examples of a 3D printed rubber glove, like on this site http://www.javelin-tech.com/3d-printer/javelin-3d-printing-services/ My question to everyone (especially Tioh if he/she sees it; sorry I don't know your gender) is whether I should I go ahead and try to print a 3D puppet head out of rubber or just do what Adam did on the Mythbusters Simpsons episode? (Er... 3D print a mold and cast the head like that, not use a wrecking ball on a house or drop cherry bombs down a toilet. Sorry, should've been more specific).