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Hi guys,
So I've been hard at work on my Pumpkin Sentinel and he's coming along pretty well. Head and body are done and all is good there. Here's my issue....I cut him off mid tibia so I could transition from the corpsed body to the vine/root lower legs and feet. He's corpsed up tot the point where he was cut off at the tibia and those nubs fit tightly into a 3/4'' connector attached to another 1' 1/2'' feet of pvc secured to a stand by flanges. I'm about ready to start sculpting the lower legs but he's top heavy and won't stand. how can I support him without it being super noticeable. Hell be lit up on the front porch for the season and then just be an indoor prop hanging around the house. Any suggestions would be much appreciated.
 

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For the skeleton I used for my Cauldron Creep, I just built a support frame for him out of 1/2" PVC, painted it black, then bolted him to it in a few places.
You can't even see the support frame in the dark.
 
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