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My new short puppet film

Discussion in 'Puppet News' started by Sidebottom, May 29, 2012.

  1. Sidebottom

    Sidebottom Member

    It's called "Face".

    bandit likes this.
  2. CaseytheMuppet

    CaseytheMuppet Well-Known Member

    Freaky and awesome at the same time! :)
  3. Gonzo's Hobbit

    Gonzo's Hobbit Well-Known Member

    That's a neat concept Sidebottom. Very cool movie.

    But...how does he see the mirror without eyes :D
  4. bandit

    bandit Well-Known Member

    Oh I think that's the whole concept. So much of what we see through a mirror is a reflection of what we want to see. It's all about perception and self awareness and creating yourself as you would like to see yourself....only you can take it so far that you lose yourself entirely. You become completely lost under whatever mask you choose to wear. So....like faceless here, you go back to your true self. Maybe his blankness just seems blank to him but in a world full of people with masks, he's the most honest.

    Hahaha! Anyway, maybe old Sidebottom didn't mean any of it that way but that's what -I- got out of it. That's MY perception.
    I think that was pretty cool. I've seen something similar before...atleast, I've seen the use of clay masks before in another piece where they kept yanking at the clay on their faces to make different expressions. ...Not exactly the same thing but same tools.

    Great job, Sidebottom! Thanks for sharing.

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