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Project Puppet Sale! Opinions wanted...

Discussion in 'Puppets For Sale' started by larz, Dec 16, 2009.

  1. larz

    larz Member

    I love Project Puppet patterns - I have the Glorified Sock Puppet and the Roly... Now I am thinking of stepping up to the Forma series. Considering the Trio set with all the goodies, since the sale is so darn good! Just wondering - how many have used the Forma plans and which one do you like the best?

    Also, Bezalel! You need to shout out on here about your sales! I tend to check the forum here daily, but Project puppet only on occasion. Almost missed this one!

    FYI - sale ends Dec. 18th! Make a puppeteer happy for the holidays...
  2. bezalel

    bezalel New Member

    Hey larz! All you need to do is sign up for the email newsletter and you'll never miss a sale again.:) You can sign up on the homepage at www.projectpuppet.com.
  3. spcglider

    spcglider Member

    I have the entire Forma series (still waiting on a fleece covering pattern to be available for the Ovale! HINT HINT!).

    The only trepidation I had about the patterns is the air-space in side the head. I still haven't figured out my favorite way of snugging up the hand-fit inside.

    I don't like stuffing the head on puppets just for the weight factor. So I prefer a smaller hand harness affair... but I just haven't devoted the time to work one out to fit in these particular patterns.

    However, overall, I highly recommend any of the patterns from Project Puppet. They're a great launch pad to take you in MANY directions. They provide just enough information to get you some very professional looking results if you "build it straight out of the box" or if you decide to go in your own direction. Plus, they're easy to get right down into and modify if you want to change shapes of things. Modular... you know?

    -Gordon
  4. MGov

    MGov New Member

    Get the Forma series. It adds a great deal of variety to your puppet collection and the Forma's will up the professional look of your puppets a big notch.

    And yeah, I wouldn't mind seeing a fleece covering pattern for the Ovale either. And maybe something about mouthplates and handgrips. I'm happy with what I've worked out for myself, but my way tends to be a very work intensive way of doing it and I keep thinking there must be a simpler way.
  5. larz

    larz Member

    My lovely wife gave me the Forma Trio Patterns, the Borsa Pattern AND 2 yards of antron fleece for Christmas and anniversary - wow!

    Looking forward to getting some puppets made. I'll share here...
  6. spcglider

    spcglider Member

    then I suggest you get to work and show us all the magic you create! :excited:

    -Gordon


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