An easy way that you could stabilize the dummy is to get a piece of scrap wood, preferable something like a piece or 2"x8", then drill a hole in the centre of it so that you can insert and glue a piece of dowel into it. Slide the dowel up into the bottom of the dummy.
Been talking your guys advice from here. Got over ky nerves and made a duct tape model to work with and will be starting the other side as soon as I finish a few more rows to see if that helps change the neck to more of a V or not.
Now it's figure out when and how to do the join for under the arms and start on the back. What do you all usually do for this?
What to you do for stabilizing the duct tape model? It keeps falling over and I'm looking for a good rotating base to put them one and secure them to (but also is reusable) and allows for extra length of I need it past the bottom of the model.
Hoping for an update on:
Also, I saw the note about brushed gold large scales now just being gold, with no brushed finish. Is this a permanent change, or is a restock ever on the horizon? Many of my customers prefer the brushed finish in gold, as it looks more like real gold/appropriate for some historically-inspired designs.