I've experimented with it before ever since I seen Muppets on Puppets (1968) on how Don Salhin showed that you make 2 side profiles of the character that are the same, glue them together and it creates the foam skeleton right? I've always had difficulty with this because the heads would be flat and unsupported with my hand on the mouthplate so I would take a sock and attach the mouth plate to that and then glue the mouth plate with the flat foam skull I made. I'm not sure how to ask this, perhaps help with better knowledge on puppet making. I want to get back into it, I haven't done it for years due to the cost of materials mainly. Also how to I attach fleese to the foam? What kind of glue and or sewing machine should I use? I never used a sewing machine before but mostly used a glue gun, and totally burned myself all the time. lol Hurt like heck but it was well worth it. lol Anyway I like to get back into it and perhaps ask and look for knowledge to help advance my puppet making abilities. I've always told people and myself that I draw better then I make puppets, but I have the vision in my mind of what I want to come out so perhaps instead of just giving up, perhaps I just need a bit of practice. Even though it's kind of expensive building puppets, I love puppets so much that it's been a part of me all my life. I get dreams at night wanting to build, I was practicing foam patterns a few days ago using a bed foam which I was almost going to throw out, etc. So something is telling me in my heart that I got to get back into doing this.