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Discussion in 'Muppet Replicas' started by Boba Lynn, Dec 13, 2011.
Awesome!! I love your character, Quesal.
I've been watching videos of your Whatnots and other puppets.
They're really great, especially the one with Nexus in the Mirror World.
I'm flattered thank you!
I put those FAO Whatnot kits to use in a new youtube video if anyone cares to look.
Wow! Great work!
I've seen this video before.
That was HILARIOUS!!!!!
You know what? "The top 10 cheesiest pick-up lines" video was awesome!
"Do I have to?!"
Here's mine. His name is the Geeky Guru. I've got one and so does my wife. We do a show called Grottocast from time to time. http://grottocast.mevio.com
Awesome! I love it!
Thanks for sharing.
I love the Geeky Guru, fantastic Whatnot.
My Muppet What Not is named Bobby Blue. He is 4 years old and likes to play crazy.
Wow! I love your whatnot. Do you have a Youtube account? If you do, show me the link.
Thanks Frank! He is loads of fun to perform.
The hair is epic. My next whatnot will have the feather hair for SURE!
I gotta say I am a huge fan of the feather boa hair for puppets. I used the black feathers for the eye brows on my Frankie puppet. His pic is in my avatar.
Looks great. That's a nice Muppet. Made him yourself?
I made a Whatnot a lil more "custom" compared to previous whatnots that I have bought. Please view my Facebook photo album to see the process on how he came to be...
Also see this photo I took today for xmas
Zorg and Zeke
Wow! I like it! Thanks for showing it to me. You are totally great at editing puppets.
YAY! Glad ya like it!
Frank E Stein is an original, made from scratch Muppet style puppet. He was my first attempt at making my own muppet. He has turned out pretty good. Here is a bigger pic of him.
I love it! Thanks for showing it to us! You're becoming a professional puppet designer.
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