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As mentioned in my short post about what materials to use when making a puppet, there’s no hard and fast rules as to what to use when building a puppet. However, blacklight puppets are slightly different. Before continuing you may want to read the intro on blacklight, which discusses certain concepts in more detail, like how it works and what colours to use.
One of the the best things about puppetry is that you can create images, scenes or performances, which allow the imagination to soar. As discussed in the post on using puppetry for performance [link to be added], puppets can do a range of things that human actors can’t - and blacklight puppetry is just one of those things. Video example at the bottom of this post.
Australians may want to buy locally. Where? I explain here.