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Acrylic Eyes for Animation Puppets - 10 mm

Item #: 9223 | Grades 3-12
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These eyes are beautifully realistic and add that perfect finishing touch to your character. They are tear-dropped shaped, but are easily modified to enable animation. This is done by simply filing off the rear section of the eye to produce a more rounded shape. Many animators however, find that they are fine just the way they are. They are sold in pairs. Eyes available in blue, brown, green and grey.
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