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Gi'day from sunny New Zealand Replies 1

Posted by C16thFoxe on Jan 01, 2018

Long time no post but have been quietly lurking in the wings ... Have had a change of direction regards puppetry: started in-depth researching shadow puppetry last year. Been reading "Theatre of…

Integration Replies 0

Posted by C16thFoxe on Dec 30, 2017

Interesting integration of wayang kulit and NES video game culture (2:31+)

Visit my website! Replies 6

Posted by Floydaroo on Dec 26, 2017

hey guys, I'm josh, the editor in chief of I (Will) post patterns for free, tips, tricks, and how to's. I release posts on a bi weekly schedule. I have a glossary of…

Boiling Faux Fur Replies 6

Posted by Floydaroo on Dec 23, 2017

Sorry if this is a stupid question, but I have seen people talk about boiling faux fur. I have a couple of questions...1: What does it do to the fur?2: How do I do it?Thanks in advance! Floyd!

Building a puppet, having trouble with mouth/snout , any tips? Replies 2

Posted by CutToTheChase on Dec 23, 2017

Hello there!I'm currently building a puppet that I'm having to make a completely from scratch pattern since the design is so weird, and I am having a particularly hard time figuring out how…

Yo Replies 3

Posted by fragglefan69 on Dec 22, 2017

Hi, I'm new to this site, My name is Derrick and I'm really interested in puppets. I haven't really made any yet but I am a big fan of this kinda art. I don't have much money to…

Books Replies 2

Posted by Floydaroo on Dec 17, 2017

Anyone have any good construction book recommendations? I love the foam Book. Sorry if there is a string somewhere already devoted to this, I'm new.

Tips on working with feather fronds for facial hair? Replies 2

Posted by Ryan Weaver on Dec 14, 2017

Does anyone have any tips on working with feather fronds to make things such as facial hair?  I've read the fraggle building log on muppet central several times, where someone makes fraggle…

The need to reblend seams over time Replies 2

Posted by Ryan Weaver on Dec 11, 2017

I use blizzard fleece and the henson stitch on most of my puppets and I've noticed that even though I can pick at the seams to blend them and make them invisible that over time they become…

Introducing GRaPL - an iphone app for puppet practice and performance Replies 6

Posted by mgribben on Nov 22, 2017

Check out our website My husband is an app developer for Apple and created this app for our practices and performances. Let me know if you have any questions.

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