How do you use a simple marionette?
Simple manual to operate your marionette –
How do you make a marionette puppet?
How to Make a Marionette –
What is the difference between a puppet and a marionette?
Key Difference: A puppet is a movable figure which represents a person or animal. It is controlled or manipulated by a puppeteer. Marionette is a puppet which is animated by using wires or strings. Puppets are available in many forms like Marionettes, hand or glove puppets and rod puppets.
Who controls the marionette?
A marionette is a puppet controlled from above using wires or strings depending on regional variations. A marionette’s puppeteer is called a marionettist.
How do you make a marionette move?
Hold the back string in your left hand and lower the control. Tilting the front end of the control up at the same time the marionette will raise his arms. Moving the hands. Pull the left front string up (raises left hand) or down (raises right hand) to move the hands.
How do you move a marionette puppet?
Tilting the front end of the control up at the same time the marionette will raise his arms. Moving the hands. Pull the left front string up (raises left hand) or down (raises right hand) to move the hands. Pulling the left string up and out simultaneously will lift both hands.
What materials do you need to make a marionette?
How to Make: Marionette Base –
- You’ll need 8 strips (10″ x 4″) 
- 6 circumference. 
- 10 thin strips of newspaper the same size! (fingers) 
- Mix 1 part white glue and 1 part water for the paper mache solution. 
- 3 links x 13 pieces = 39 chain links total. 
- You should have 4 “mini nunchucks” when finished. 
Where did marionette puppets originate?