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Lazy Daisy

Sunday, October 28th, 2007

Meet our newest puppet, Lazy Daisy. Based on the Roly Puppet Pattern from Project Puppet, with the head pattern cut into half and the leaves sewn in. The hands were changed to look more like leaves.


Tuesday, January 16th, 2007

This is our newest puppet, Blue. He was based on the roly puppet pattern from Project Puppet.

Here are the patterns for the nose, and ears that we added:
(Click for full size).


Tuesday, November 28th, 2006

Animation does not have to be digital, 2D or 3D. You can animate with a puppet in 4D as well! Even though you cannot achieve many of the animation effects that a digital animation could provide, a 4D animation will look and feel more real, when the characters are puppets.

Consider a puppet animation for your next children’s project! Children love to watch puppets, and they can be given lots of character. They can be used in a fully animated .avi movie, or be combined with a Flash presentation or game. Puppets can be great for children’s infomercials, or animated shows. One show that is currently very popular that involves puppets is “Johnny and the Sprites“, a series of musical shorts on the Disney Channel. The show stars the two characters, Ginger and Basil, created by the talented Michael Schupbach. It shows that puppets are still as endearing and entertaining as back in the muppet days.

This Snert Puppet (Snuppet) was based on the sock puppet pattern from Project Puppet. Many thanks to Pasha Romanowski for the great patterns! Check back soon as we try more patterns and designs!