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Best Answer vicnapier says
You are right...we are in Kansas...smack middle of the bible belt. Topless would be reserved for strip club culture here! Thanks for answering!
David Stillwell says
I guess deep down I am a bit concerned. Since the audience will change, I still should plan ahead and go with dressing the form. Thanks for answering!
are your wraps wet? A suggestion would be to cut out pictures of women from a magazine(s) and then glue them to the form...like a collage... if you then shallacked (spelling) the whole thing it would be covered and yet still just a form...
Yes, they are wet, however, I was going to decoupage the paper from one on the form, so it would not actually be a "wasted" one. I like your idea of covering it with the pictures....women of all shapes, colors, sizes. Very cool!
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kschang, we have all seen them undressed, but the features may be too "ahem" for some audiences. Thanks for answering!
I agree...hadn't thought of teens and children...I really do want the focus to remain on my product. Thanks!