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I tend to use the right hand, thumb control for a hard figure. I set Henry up that way. I had an Insull years ago and got used to that set up. As Alan mentioned, I think the Insull could have been used left handed with the forefinger. I perform with my JET puppet, Frank the Wonder Dog, on my left hand, because one of his bits is to balance a spinning plate on a stick on the tip of his nose. I can't spin the plate as reliably with my left hand, so I learned to manipulate a Frank left handed. It took time, was awkward at first, difficult to make him seem as alive, but as with anything else, practice works.
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I am actually left handed but my puppet is setup right handed. it just works for me.
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I am actually left handed but my puppet is setup right handed. it just works for me.
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