ADDING UPPER ARMS
MAKING WEIRD RIB CAGES
PART III
The first thing I did was cut two pieces of plastic tubing to 12" and two pieces of 16 gauge wire to 20". I then
place the wire into the tubing leaving 4" of wire sticking out of each end as in the picture on the right.
I`ll be working on one arm for the rest of this project to avoid confusing anybody.( just repeat process for the
other arm later) Pick one end of the tube to be the top.Once you have your top measure 3" from the tip of the
wire coming from that end. Now bend the 3" section of wire back over the plastic tube. This should leave you
with something like the picture on the left. Now place the wire thru the loop you made on the rib cage were the
arm connect to it.On the right you can see I just wrapped the wire around the tubing making a connection and
leaving a little loop. If your going to use this frame for a crank ghost you need the loop for the arm movement.
Now your upper arm should look like the picture on the left. I then did the same thing and bend the wire back
over the tubing on the lower end of the arm.
I then wrapped the wire around the tubing leaving about a 1" loop as in the picture on the left. This loop is were
we will connect the lower arm to. On the right you can see the rib cage has both upper arms connected. Once
you have completed this go to the next page to do the lower arm.