Z-Boo is a puppet we have at work, meant to help engage with special needs children, to teach and encourage them to make eye contact. His name is spelled differently than what I have but I don’t want anyone to stumble on this site if they’re searching for the real puppet. Z-Boo is a very useful tool for children with very real problems, and I respect that.
Unfortunately Z-Boo has a small design flaw.
Unless you are actively animating him, he always looks dead. His mouth is naturally agape, tongue sticking out. His arms are limp noodles with no structure. Put Z-Boo anywhere and he inevitably looks deceased or at the very least in the throes of agony.
And so, having a morbid sense of humour, I decided to use what little free time I have at work to chronicle the life – and many many deaths – of Z-Boo.
Poor thing never stood a chance.
(I’ve reversed the order of these being posted so it can be scrolled down rather than up.)