Mere weeks after our previous puppet we got to make another one. Here she is.
This is our standard design for a mom-puppet. We made her for a friend who’s a youth pastor.
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This is a grandpa-puppet we made for the same friend. In case you were wondering, I made the glasses myself. (I told you I’m multi-talented.)
I call these two the twins. Standard boy & girl designs, usually only made for people who don’t really know what they want.
This one’s a dad-puppet. I instantly fell in love with this guy’s face when I saw it. It was tough letting him go.
We made a full set of family puppets for a social work organisation to use for educational skits with their kids, so obviously there also had to be a bad guy to use to warn the kids against drugs and stranger-danger and the like.
Just so you know, the hair and goatee is faux fur which I dyed black. Faux fur is basically plastic, so regular hair and fabric dyes don’t take on it. I dyed it with black marker ink dissolved in alcohol. Sadly, the ability to dye faux fur is not a marketable skill, nor is the ability to make glasses out of wire.
Next time, I’ll show you our own puppets.
Have a good one.