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Fozzie Prototype is finished

Discussion in 'Puppet Building and Performing' started by Adam Kreutinger, Jun 24, 2011.

  1. Adam Kreutinger

    Adam Kreutinger Well-Known Member

  2. Animal31

    Animal31 Well-Known Member

    Wow, he looks excellent! Nice Job!!!
  3. charlie bird

    charlie bird Well-Known Member

    amazing!you rock!
  4. Luke

    Luke Well-Known Member

    wow, nice work
  5. TSSD

    TSSD Well-Known Member

    Great job! Looks great!
  6. muppetperson

    muppetperson Well-Known Member

    Fantastic job.The only couple of things that give him away from being the real fozzie is that his fur and tie is a bit different.Someone will be making Fozzie tie fabric soon-
  7. muppetperson

    muppetperson Well-Known Member

    There seems to be a server error with the fozzie tie fabric link at the moment.
  8. KermieBaby47

    KermieBaby47 Well-Known Member

    Adam, I gotta say bro, GREAT WORK!! I was checking out your entire gallery earlier today, but was rushed at the end so I didn't get to comment. Don'tcha just LOVE having your very own working Muppets?!? :D Pure awesome.
    Adam Kreutinger likes this.
  9. muppetperson

    muppetperson Well-Known Member

    The link is working now.
  10. callmemilo

    callmemilo Active Member

    Fozzie looks fantastic, dude, as does Kermit. I'm being a dork and working on a Kermit too, with a friend making Fozzie. Should be a fun project. You've set a nice HIGH bar to reach :p
  11. The Shoe Fairy

    The Shoe Fairy Well-Known Member

    Your Fozzie is looking fantastic, great work.
  12. TML

    TML Well-Known Member

    Very nice work. Fozzie is one of my favorites. Adam, I'm curious, what did you use for Kermit's mouth plate?
  13. Adam Kreutinger

    Adam Kreutinger Well-Known Member

    Thanks, I use 1/16 inch thin low density polyethylene sheets for Kermits mouthplate.
  14. Adam Kreutinger

    Adam Kreutinger Well-Known Member

    Thanks for that link. Its a little frustraiting at times when making a muppet replica. the characters are inconsistent in how they look. Look at Fozzie in the Muppet show season 1 and compare it to season 3 and 5. There are many differnt looks to Fozzie bear. It was tough finding the fabric i used for the tie. it was the closest I could find at the time. And for the fur, it was just stuff from joanns. I want to order nicer fur when i do the final Fozzie. This one is my prototype, was making him to make a pattern for the final. But I have a ton of other projects coming up so i dont think i will be able to start working on the next fozzie till probably about January.

  15. AcadiaCOA

    AcadiaCOA New Member

    Thank you so much Muppetperson!! I have been looking all over for this fabric. Being the huge Muppet fan that I am, I have a 5 year old Newfoundland service dog named Kermit the Dog and his 5 1/2 month old nephew named Fozzie Bear. I bought a porkpie hat for when Fozzie gets bigger, but I needed to make him the tie. Kermit the Dog has a green sequinned bow tie for special occasions.

    Adam, your prototype is amazing!!! I would love it if you could share the pattern for the porkpie hat so I could make a small felt one for puppy Fozzie. It will be quite some time until he fits into a human sized hat.

    Here is a picture of my boys from Pooch Prom 2013 Fundraiser. They won cutest couple.

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