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Topic: Duct tape dress forms (with tutorial)  (Read 44959 times)
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« Reply #110 on: September 14, 2007 08:37:53 AM »

as far as the big busts go, there are some pictures of the "cross your heart" technique on this website. just click on the photo that is with the story.
also further down the page here:
the techniques that this lady uses seem to create a good representation of the bust area, though i'm sure that stuffing is also key. there's a place on the second site where other people have insights and modifications. there's some good info in there too.
i'm definitely going to try this out once i go to my friendly neighborhood big lots and dollar stores to see what colors they have! Smiley

I've been looking at the "taunton" link - I'd like to try it out. It sounds like a lot of people have been successful, and I just got a lot of good tips to use off this thread. If I can get a new memory card for my camera, hopefully someday I'll be able to post photos of it!
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