Hi there!I'm currently designing a harlequin puppet based off old 1920's Bauhaus costumes.I really want the feet to be pointed, so that the puppet will be walking on it's toes but am struggling with…Continue
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Hi there!I'm currently designing a harlequin puppet based off old 1920's Bauhaus costumes.I really want the feet to be pointed, so that the puppet will be walking on it's toes but am struggling with tie downs!Any advice would be much appreciated :-)Thanks!See More
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