Haha, I was half expecting a Zombie!
Not an unreasonable expectation, at all.
Wonderful! Better than zombies!
He’s pretty cool, isn’t he? And he speaks if you press that top button on his chest.
‘Virgil! You’ll need e-e-extra fuel.’
‘Don’t fly too low, Scott!’
‘M-m-mr Tracy, detonation in four seconds.’
Go, the Geeks! :D
what’s the name of the dummy? cheers Nonoy Manga
Ha ha! His name is Brains! He’s a character from the old television show called Thunderbirds. Puppets. I used to watch it when I was a child.
He’s very smart. You can tell by his glasses.
ha those jaw moving dolls wearing military uniforms piloting exotic prototype war planes. cheers Nonoy Manga
That’s it. They of the jiggly walk.
There was another show I liked with similar puppets called Captain Scarlet.
There were three platinum blond fighter pilot girls called, collectively, The Angels. I think.
I think their names were Harmony, Rhapsody and Melody.
There were Captains Other-colours too and their enemies were called the Mysterons who appeared as slow moving rings of light.
I loved it!
Indestructable Captain Scarlet!
Clever little plastic dude
That’s right. :)
I love the processing you’ve been using in this series, S.E.!
Thanks, Robert. I’ve been using a little app. It’s fun!
Wonderfully done. And so he is so much smarter than most Politicians and their backroom yes men. :The only similarity is that they can be controlled if you pull the right strings. :)
Another great composition with excellent processing. Brains is cracking me up.
Thanks, Melanie, that’s good to hear.
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