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Discussion in 'Puppet Building and Performing' started by Derek Thompson, Feb 13, 2014.
Realy great job man!! Hes spot on
The joy on a little boys face in a wheelchair at the premiere of the muppet movie tonight in Hollywood was the culmination of this build. This little boy in a wheelchair just looked up and yelled,"Hi Elmo!!!" and gave him a big hug and a high five. The look of love his mom gave us was priceless. It makes making this puppet all the more worth it. Just to make someone smile and have a special moment they didnt think expect. Onward and upward.
Great Job. Great scale on Elmo as well. You got a great heart my friend. Keep those smiles going.
Great build! Looks like Elmo's world is now your world! Great photos on your blog too!
What did you use for his head. Im in the process of making a Elmo puppet myself and I need help with the body. Pls respond
What pattern did you use for the head
I think i replied to your same question yesterday on another Elmo thread.
He explains what pattern he used in the first few posts
Didn't see the pattern. I want an Elmo puppet that looks like the one they use in The early 2000s. Any advice
The Mostro pattern by Project Puppet is a great start
a puppet similar to that. Any tips
Because the puppet looks like it has a wider head. Might just have to brush out the fur
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