I am going to do a puppet fortune teller this year and I could use some advice before I start making skulls. I have a very cool dragon skull I was going to use for the fortune teller (I would have to make a foam cast), but in doing artist renditions, I think maybe a human skull would be scarier. I don't want it to be human (hence the spines), but maybe the dragon takes it a little too far. At the end of the fortune, the skull is going to jut forward out of the cloak hood and candy will come out of its mouth. That would be easier with the dragon skull (bigger jaw), but the human skull does have that "angle of death" look to it. What do you think?