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Discussion in 'Puppet News' started by puppetise, May 8, 2006.
i do that for noses
That's right--same technique used for noses.
kool thanks guys u rock now on to the hread GULP!
As this is a gift for someone, don't you think nipples are going a bit too far.... even embarrassing, Puppetise, if you over emphasise this part of the lady's anatomy, she may be a little confused as to why? Maybe better to give the "body" more of an hourglass figure, and forget about "perky", I think somebody was "winding you up"! We have all had alot of fun tho!
she asked for it to have them to see how skilled i am ll i dunno but its o hold as were cleaning my puppet work room but ill post pics soon
Just for fun, here's an example of nicely proportioned female puppet...one of the best looking I've ever seen:
Saw this yesterday. Its really, really good and was the builders first attempt. I like the fact that she has collar bones...
Now if she were only real...*wink, wink
That's a really nice puppet.
looks like there must be a solid form under there.
It's foam that's been patterned and sculpted apparently. The armature inside it is closely modelled on the human body so it can move in a very realistic manner.
Is that a hand puppet, rod puppet, or marionette I wonder? That's fantastic!
It's a rod puppet with cable controls I believe. First-time builder too!
Here's another link with lots of pics of a nice full-bodied female puppet being made - http://www.geppettodreams.com/makin_a_mimi.htm
You have a sick mind,you know that?
Yes I do!
Is that an unfortunate thing?
It was interesting til the SLURP thing. :| Not even going to THINK what that was supposed to mean.
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