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Goblin Pirate puppet.

Hi, I'm a designer and model maker based in the UK, I've worked in TV and Film for about 20 years now, and among other jobs I've worked as head of props for Doctor Who and Torchwood. My big love though is making beasties and I made this puppet a few years back as a portfolio piece (and yes, Brian Froud did have a 'bit' of an influence in his design). Basically he was made to generate some puppet commissions for TV and film, and all in all he paid his way. He has cable-controlled blink, frown and  hand movements and hand-operated mouth.

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cool and funny ! Great work

February 22, 2011 | Registered CommenterMauro D'Elia Matheus

This is remarkable! I'm shocked that there's only the 1 comment after so long! Man, I love all of the detail and character you've put into every aspect of him from clothing to his own expression. He's amazing. Where in the UK? My girlfriend lives in Atherstone, and I frequently fly into London. I'd love to stop by your studio some time for a visit if you ever have time.
No matter what, monstrous kudos my friend!

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