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Worm on Sesame Street?

Discussion in 'Puppet Building and Performing' started by greenman, Nov 11, 2004.

  1. greenman

    greenman Member

    Does anyone know what was used to make the worm on Sesame Street? Oscar's little friend?
    Thank you,
    Joe :grouchy:
     
  2. Whatever

    Whatever Well-Known Member

    His name is Slimey, and I do not know how he was made.
     
  3. ToasterBoy

    ToasterBoy Well-Known Member

    In the Muppets make Puppets book there's a tutorial on how to make a very similar worm out of a regular kitchen sponge. Basically you just use scissors and kind of carve out the round worm shape and then shove a wire in each end. (It's a little more detailed than that, but that's basic idea.

    I used that tutorial, but carved mine out of Foam. I've actually made two banana slugs that way. I'll try and get some pictures.

    Grant
     


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