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June, Hi- fancy meeting you here!Thank you very much for posting these construction details;I couldn't imagine what sort of skeleton this guy has.Thanks, too, for the link to AT-I have a quadriplegic son who might make great use of this product line.I suspect that the reason realistic toy orangs are rarely available is that their peculiar anatomy is difficult to imitate convincingly.You've captured their essence with this project.
Thanks, I'm so glad you like him! The PDF is automatically generated from the project content by Instructables; that feature didn't exist at the time I posted this art project. So there's certainly no point in paying in this case - the PDF doesn't include any additional info.I've summarised all the info about this project at www.planetjune.com/orang if you'd like to know more about him, but no pattern or detailed instructions exist, I'm afraid, as he was made as a one-of-a-kind art piece. i posted this project as a jumping-off point to show that it's possible to do things with crochet that go beyond the usual soft toy/amigurumi...
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