These are just some of the puppets that I have created for Stoopid Buddy Stoodios' various properties. In most cases, the costumes (if applicable) were made by the Costume Department and the sculpts were either pre-existing or made by Digital, unless noted otherwise.  
This, as perhaps you can tell, is Plastic Man from the Robot Chicken DC Comics Special 3. I assembled, painted and finished him (silicone body). He features fairly prominently in the special, so I am pretty proud. 
Timtuk from SuperMansion. Again I painted, finished and asssembled him, but I also sculpted his hair. Can't really see it under the hood, though! 
A young reporter from SuperMansion I painted, assembled and finished to look like Jimmy Olson from the Superman comics. I also sculped his hair, which is simple, but fun to look at.
These guys are little chow dogs I made for SuperMansion. They have cast heads on little foam bodies originally meant for a cat, but I modified them. I did everything, from giving them quick armatures so they could animate to even giving them little flappy jaws so they could bark. The fur was fun to attach and shape.  
Another view of the little chows.
Now you can really see that tiny flappy jaw.
They look like they're ready to cause all kinds of trouble, don't they?
This is a bald eagle, obviously. His body was 3D printed, but I had to remove his legs (on both) and replace them with animatable ones of wire, foam and latex so he could land and grip. I also finished and painted the rest of him as well. See him animated in one of his shots a little further down.
A close-up view.  
No audio on this, unfortunately.
One more look at the eagles.
I was asked to make a couple of birds, which I completely made from scratch. I sculpted these two and did everyrthing. They are flocked, hence the fuzzy look. These are mostly Magisculpt with wires and latex feet to give them some basic articulation. You can see them in action under the last pic!  
 
No audio on this, unfortunately.

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