Hi all! As some of you know, we're very excited up here in Toronto because we are producing a TV show called "Down on the Farm." We just finished (well, almost) our two puppet "stars" Pig and Sheep. There is a picture of them online here. These are actually the first of many versions of the puppets that we will have to produce and these particular ones will be used to shoot some skits for our distributor's sales kit. We'll likely have to build at least two more copies of each puppet for the production of the actual episodes later this year and make posable full-body photo "double" of each of them for publicity pictures. As I said, they're not *quite* done yet. We're planning to add big lashes to Sheep's eyes and put barettes on her ears (to make it clearer she's a girl). Pig is pretty much going to be used as is, though we've been talking about adding some more colour to his stomach. They'll be more "behind-the-scenes" photos posted on the "In Production" section of our website at omlemedia.com over the next few months (including Bork Bork's much-requested step by step guide to covering foam puppets with fleece!). We're eager to get some feedback so please take a look and let me know what you think! Thanks!