Rob3rt GlitchBy rob3rt on January 06, 2011 — Leave a comment
After the spread of the zombie virus the living faced a detrimental problem- besides having to deal with the toxic water and deadly food supplies; they also had to live with the stench from the massive piles of rotten, decomposing corpses. A team of surviving hillbillies grouped together to brainstorm. They developed a fleet of robots that fueled themselves off of rotting flesh. After years of development the robots were ready to scout the land and feast on the dead. Each bite would fuel them to the next body, and when the bodies in their assigned area were gone the robots would run out of fuel and turn off. As the robots worked, the streets became cleaner. Decades go by and eventually the world was spotless. Being that there was no other need for the robots ,they all powered down. All the robots except for me, your story teller, Rob3rt Glitch. It seems I have devoured so many people that i am turning into a HUMAN! Seriously! I have developed human features and everything. My jaw was once a metal bear claw trap designed to crush bone. Over time It has become covered with human teeth that have lodged in and rooted into my system. My stomach is a waste land of rotten souls. I’m literally filled with stories to tell. Want to hear a story?
Rob3rt Glitch stands about 12 inches high and is built from foam latex. He was first built from plastaline clay and then a mold was made using plaster. When pouring the foam latex into the plaster mold to cast, a bendable aluminum wire armature was placed in the foam to support the models structure when bending and posing. Details were painted on with latex paint and powdered metallic rust. Prosthetic puppet teeth and eyes were added for detail. Read more about this foam latex puppet used for stop frame animation at http://Rob3rtGltich.com
Other Projects By Scott Marino
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