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Fozzie Build

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Hello...i am part way threw building a Fozzie, but i need some advise, should i make the body foam like some builders? Whalebone like others? or just empty fur like most people seem to do? (and yes i am aware that he has one ear higher then the other, they are just pinned on right now)


 

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Wow that is an amazing start! Im loving the look of the fur :smile:

The body should be build with hoops sewn under the fur to add shape.. Large hoop at the bottom, and a smaller one half way up. I cant remember the technical name for this method but it will have a great finish.
They use this method in dress making-


Hope that gives you some ideas..

Keep up the good work :smile:
 
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