PuppetSmith Arts circle logo B&W
Trying to make a logo to use as my picture on here!
Building a full size character fursuit
Cut out 2 arm pieces, flip the pattern and cut two more.
Match one of each up so the sides you want out are facing each other.
Stuff one arm until the elbow. leave a gap about the size of your finger unstuffed, then fill the rest. The stuffing can be anything, but for the bit right at the end, I would recommend foam or something that can be easily glued to.
Take 2 pieces of rope about 12" long. Tie a double knot at one end. Leave about a thumbs width and tie another double knot. Put just a little glue on each knot so they don't slip.
stuff one knot into the end of the arm and hot glue it in place, pinching the excess material up, covering the rope between the knots.
Cut a hole a little smaller than the knot into the puppet body where you want the arm to be and push the knot through. Glue the knot in place from the inside. Tada!
Making a Fraggle Clone
PuppetSmith Arts with Art
Puppet Display Stands
Puppets that are made from fully cast heads
And though its not a puppet, I used the same sculpt and casting techniques to make a mask of one of my favorite comic book villains: Rhino!
early attempts at punching feather hair
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