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DUSTY ZOMBIES: a Creepy Puppet Project

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Uploaded on Jul 21, 2008

After many busy months and projects that have eaten up any free time I've had to work on this project.... FINALLY , the latest CREEPY PUPPET PROJECT is done!! This is a musical tribute to a great song by Kansas.

The whole idea came to pass when I had completed building my first ¼ scale zombie puppet (named Val after being created on Valentine's day). As I put him in my car to take him to my studio, I flicked on the radio and "Dust in the Wind" was playing... and, well, I just had to do this crazy idea.

With the fantastic help of a wonderful volounteer crew, including some great puppetry talent from Fraggle Rock days (Mike Petersen)... the third installment of the Creepy Puppet Project was brought to life.. or "unlife" as it was.

This video is completely a non-for-profit venture and is produced to showcase the talents of myself and the creative folks who work with me. No infringement or any kind is intended.... It was just such an odd and interesting idea.... it had to be done!
OH AND YES, THERE IS A TYPE-O IN THE OPENING CREDIT "PRODUCTIONS... NOT PRODCUTIONS"... I'll Fix that for the HD version.
Hope you all enjoy!!!

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