Stiffening for arms

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Re: Stiffening for arms

Postby James » 30 Apr 2015, 12:22

Martin, where abouts are you based?
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A hidden apology

Postby Chris » 30 Apr 2015, 15:38

JohnStoate managed to hide this away on another thread altogether. I'm sure he would really prefer it to be here where it is relevant.
To Chris, A sincere apology for my 'Workshop' posting. I have re-read things and yes, I did rather go too far - Must be a bit of rust in the old brain cogs from the extended hibernation I suppose, so again, Sorry for the offence.
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Re: Stiffening for arms

Postby martinpunch » 30 Apr 2015, 16:08

I am in Southsea
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Re: Stiffening for arms

Postby James » 01 May 2015, 12:18

You could try getting in contact with Geoff. Gould. He is probably your closest local Punch and Judy performer. He makes all his own booths, and he repaints and costumes his puppets too, with a good eye for colour.
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Re: Stiffening for arms

Postby martinpunch » 08 Jul 2015, 07:59

Chris wrote:I wonder if by stiffening you are confusing this with the leather finger stalls often added too the wrists of carved hands?
By the way semaphore is just what you don't want.


What are these stalls? I don't know and am having quite a hard time manipulating some items in the show
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