dead dog

Twitters for 1-31-091

I’m in tech this week, so you’ll have to bear with me as my posts descend into Twitter updates. 14:01 The perfect blood spatter turns out to be from a nasal douche. # 19:20 Waiting for the train that will not come. # 19:27 Of course, as soon as I commented on the lack of …

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Twitters for 1-30-09

I’m in tech this week, so you’ll have to bear with me as my posts descend into Twitter updates. 13:01 There is a certain cognitive disconnect about shopping for squirt guns while it is snowing. # 20:34 Sewing the dog’s pelvis on. # 22:04 We’ve decided the spatter pattern is not as good from the …

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Hair of the spaniel

This is my least favorite part of the process. It is the very definition of the word tedious. It’s so dull, I don’t even want to write a post about it, but here I go. Because the dog is supposed to be a springer spaniel, it calls for two colors of fur, each of which …

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Long day with dog

I have come to the conclusion that I will never, ever finish putting all the hair on this dog. It’s 2:30 a.m. I have to go back tomorrow to put more on. I’ll show you photos later, if I don’t go insane first.

More fun with spaniels

First of all, you should know that I did not pick up the shotguns today. There’s some additional paperwork that I needed, so hopefully that will be taken care of tomorrow. Meanwhile, here’s some of the dog activity. I’m actually farther along than this but I forgot to take pictures. What you are looking at …

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The dog skull arrives

Since we have some new readers, let me catch you up a bit. When my bio says that I’m a professional puppeteer, it really means it. So after feeling like a rock star this weekend, I’ve come back to the grind of daily routine, which happens to include building a springer spaniel. To do that, …

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Finished dog

I finished the dog today. Finally. The consensus was that it needed to be gorier, but since I hadn’t built it that way, there were limits to what I could do without rebuilding. For instance, exposed bone wasn’t an option… wait a minute. There’s a real skull in there. So, I dislocated the jaw and …

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The Moon

I’m too fatigued to generate content today, though I still have lovely photos of the dead dog process. Meanwhile, listen to this podcast of The Moon by Jodi Eichelberger and Mark LaPierre.

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