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neko_chan
« on: October 05, 2005 05:53:57 PM »

i've finally learned how to "poof" a lucky star, only one problem, whenever i poof it, the start is always lopsided, or it doesn't have that cute start shape. like the points of the star are too thin( it doeasn't have more wide points) can someone help me? Grin
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Tea_Water
« Reply #1 on: October 06, 2005 08:49:06 PM »

when you push in the sides too far in, you'll get that lopsided skinny tipped look. what i do is use my nail and gently push in the side very slightly. the smaller the dent the more "rounded" and even it'll look. try start out with really tiny dents and if you're not satisfied push it in just a little more. before you push in the edges make sure that the folds are all even, meaning the edges are all even with each other. when you look at it you shouldn't be able to see the other layers underneath the last layer. i hope that helps!
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