Re: Online free books on Puppetry Posted by StiqPuppet Productions on Sep 23, 2008
On a daily basis do a Google search for this book "to buy" and hopefully you will get a catch.  It will be around the price of $100.00 or more.  There really isn't a "place" to go to get it, it is a matter of luck and how quick you are at getting it.

Good luck with your search.

Daryl H
Re: Online free books on Puppetry Posted by brazilnut72 on Sep 29, 2008
I downloaded and printed the Manual of Puppetry book, then took it downtown and had it bound.  It is from 1936, but there is a LOT of good stuff in there.  Just reading it gave me a lot of inspiration.
Re: Online free books on Puppetry Posted by dutch puppet on Oct 18, 2008
Is there anyone who knows where the foam book is to be downloaded? In Holland this is not to be found!
Re: Online free books on Puppetry Posted by Na on Oct 18, 2008
The Foam Book can't be downloaded for free. You have to purchase it: try Amazon.
Re: Online free books on Puppetry Posted by Monkey on Jan 26, 2009
Thanks, Jorge, I've been loking all over the web for that book and it was here all the time-Steve
Re: Online free books on Puppetry Posted by SHould on Jan 26, 2009
Ah, internet archives. I really love that website as we can find loads of stuff, from movies to books. And its all public domain!!! So no guit on using copyrighted stuff since this stuff is free to use. Awsome!!!

Puppet hug,
SHould
Re: Online free books on Puppetry Posted by Jorge on Jan 27, 2009
EVERYTHING is here, you should know
Re: Online free books on Puppetry Posted by bompartxtreme1 on Jun 21, 2010
D can you tell me how to construct an egg shaped foam nose. i was watching the tuck method that you demonstrated on your blog but the resolution from my pc was really bad.
Re: Online free books on Puppetry Posted by Billy D. Fuller on Jun 21, 2010
Egg Puppet


I divided a plastic Easter egg in half pieces. This is top and bottom. If you want it long ways just cut a styro egg in half and cover with fabric.

Billy D.
Re: Online free books on Puppetry Posted by Shawn on Jun 21, 2010
bompartxtreme1,

Billy's suggestion is pretty good.  I am curious which BlogTV session you are speaking about? Was it one of Daryl's?  His is the channel shown in the left column.
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