Now draw the profile and cut.
Now use the knife to sculpt a more defined shape. I found that by using my small hand grinder with course sand paper I could get very detailed. Use caution though, as with one false move your dummy could have a big gash in it. The first leg I did was so shapely I decided I should become a plastic surgeon.
After the body parts were cut out I used hog rings to attach them into place. To give her a more shapely figure I actually put a stuffed bra on her. Because they would be partially exposed, I put panty hose on her legs. Then came a garage sale wedding gown, painted foam wig head with hair and a hand (since only one was showing).
To make her "levitate" I attached fishing string to her body in a couple of places, so she balanced well. The string was ran up and through small pullies, then back down to (yep you guessed it) a modified rotissery grill motor.
Tree's by Tracy
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