Reg Taylo shares:
After experimenting with different ideas I have found a solution using elastic bungee cord passed through the hollow center of each tentacle from end too end and stretched lightly. This keeps a pressure on all joints and avoids loose and floppy movement. It greatly reduces the precision needed. To hold the bungee at each end I used hot glue in the last joint at each end.
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