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Is there any blank puppet template with head and body turns?

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Nov 01, 2017

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I am looking for a blank puppet template to make my life easier. However, there is only the basic blank puppet that does not include head and body turns. I know that many of the puppets already created have a lot of these layers but it can be confusing trying to figure out what is necessary and what isn't with all of the special key actions that they have. If someone could link me an illustrator or photoshop blank template that would be incredibly convenient, a list of the necessary layers would be great too. Thanks!

I don't think so, but I made this, hope it helps: https://adobe.ly/2zrAT3m

That's just for the head - if you wanted the body too, you would need to add the +Frontal, +Right Quarter, etc groups inside the Body group as well. But I'd start with the head. Check out Wendigo from the Start panel to see a fuller example of how head turns work.

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Is there any blank puppet template with head and body turns?

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I am looking for a blank puppet template to make my life easier. However, there is only the basic blank puppet that does not include head and body turns. I know that many of the puppets already created have a lot of these layers but it can be confusing trying to figure out what is necessary and what isn't with all of the special key actions that they have. If someone could link me an illustrator or photoshop blank template that would be incredibly convenient, a list of the necessary layers would be great too. Thanks!

I don't think so, but I made this, hope it helps: https://adobe.ly/2zrAT3m

That's just for the head - if you wanted the body too, you would need to add the +Frontal, +Right Quarter, etc groups inside the Body group as well. But I'd start with the head. Check out Wendigo from the Start panel to see a fuller example of how head turns work.

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I don't think so, but I made this, hope it helps: https://adobe.ly/2zrAT3m

That's just for the head - if you wanted the body too, you would need to add the +Frontal, +Right Quarter, etc groups inside the Body group as well. But I'd start with the head. Check out Wendigo from the Start panel to see a fuller example of how head turns work.

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Okay, thanks.

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