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Master Replicas Kermit Conversion?

Balog Frog

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hey Paplooo, how did you remove the eyes? i also think the eye placement is the worst thing about MR posers and i want to adjust them somehow.
 

MuppetPainter

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Has anyone tried to purchase the Master Replicas Kermit and create a working Puppet out of him? :smile: That seemed like the most logical thing to do, and it would seem to be the highest quality way to do it. Unless there are aspects I don't know about the puppet.

I was just wondering if anyone had tried. I was thinking that EVENTUALLY, this might be the way to go.

Just wondering what your thoughts were on it. LOL Hope it's okay to ask!


Thanks and God Bless,


---Chuck
It would be easier and cheaper to just make it yourself. It’s a poser so there are wires in the arms that have to come out and the body is usually stuffed.
 
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