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3.50 / 5.00

Jun 6, 2013 | 1:27 PM EDT
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2245 x 1868 px
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Author Comments

I needed a bit of a break from Anusboy: The Movie, so I experimented a bit with making stop motion dolls as a side project.
This guy will however make a short appearance in the movie.

Adam, the first man, the second sinner, and the first father of the first killer

Spareribs are delicious



Rated 5 / 5 stars

I've also seen your other works and I can only say 2 things: 1 Awesome stuff! 2: You should design Silent Hill creatures

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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Am I the only one getting a huge Nigel Thornberry vibe from his :). I like it.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Love the incorporation of ribs into the piece. Any clarification as to what the Hebrew text says, or would you rather it be kept ambiguous? Either way, looking very nice: cannot wait to see his inclusion in the finished film!

W-P-S responds:

Thank you!

It says "Emet", which means "Truth"
Golems, brainless servants made out of clay or mud by Rabbis, had this written on their foreheads.
Adam was also meant to serve, and he was made from the dust of the earth.

This puppet, and the Eve puppet I'm working on now, are part of a perverse imitation of genesis, done by a fake god that has a very absurd understanding of Abrahamic mythology.
So that's why.


Rated 1 / 5 stars

this is very disturbing to me X(

W-P-S responds:

oh you poor baby


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

What is he made out of?

W-P-S responds:

The base is made with aluminum wire, tape, pieces of sponge, molten plastic and sparerib bones.
Over that I made a coat with liquid latex mixed with red acrylic paint. I added the eyes (two white beads) and the Hebrew text on his forehead (made on the computer and printed out).
After that I added some highlights with pink and brown paint.

For the photo shoot I covered the puppet in a mixture of pancake syrup and ketchup for a juicy, shiny, marinated effect.