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Peaty’s Playhouse “Holy Roosters!” Episode

Written by  on June 6, 2015
Rooster Priest Scaled Drawing
Rooster Priest Sketch

Peaty’s Playhouse – Rooster Priest Designs

Character designs for our foray into stop motion have been completed. The “Priest” character will be a full scale model of an actual rooster spud, (average height 5 inches), but it will much more character than your average ground dwelling tuber.

Because the model of the spud-based character doesn’t need to move its body, the interior will be made out of lightweight balsa wood. Several pieces will need to be glued together and then shaped into the typical spud form. Indentations for the eyes will be made in the balsa based skeleton and the entire base will be covered in molten plasticine (this helps the final plasticise covering to adhere to the wood). The final coat of plasticine will then be applied.

The arms will be made of pliable copper wire covered in black plastic shrink wrap. The hands will be plasticine over a milliput base. A phoneme mouth pack will be created so that each mouth can be interchanged for the audio lip synch. Eyes are made from plastic beads with painted pupils.

We’re looking forward to experimenting with the puppet’s creation. If all goes well, we’ll create the other four Rooster Family characters.

Stop Motion Skeleton Sketch
Rooster Stop Motion Armature Plan

Introducing “The Roosters”

Written by  on January 24, 2015

We’ve begun production on the last of the five Peaty’s Playhouse video shorts, saving the best for last. “Holy Roosters!” is our second foray into the medium of “claymation.”  The video is about the disturbing effect the Roosters have on poor Mister Tim and the delight Mister Tim’s plight brings to Peaty. The Roosters are a dysfunctional family of rooster potatoes; Da, Ma, Lad and little Veronica. The short delves into a day at church for the family. Here’s the concept drawings of the “Da” character.Roosters_Da_scan

Peaty’s Animated Commercial “Kiddie Winkie Cigarettes”

Written by  on January 24, 2015

This short animated commercial took a lot longer to produce than anticipated. It started in September 2014 and just finished mid-January 2015. Besides having a substantial amount of animation files go corrupt, (one would think we’d learned the ‘back-up’ lesson by now), the animation/compositing itself took quite awhile to finish. A big thanks goes out to Gary Etchingham for the great work he did for Blackie the Lung’s voice. We hope you get a chuckle or two out of it!

“Commentationators”

Written by  on September 17, 2014

Window Window on the wall, what will smash you a Brick or a Ball?

Join Peaty and Mr Tim as they embark on a trip through the Magic Window, who knows what they’ll see?

But don’t worry it’s not the Magic Door, so it won’t be another bloody trip to the zoo!

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Peaty’s Playhouse Theme Song

Written by  on September 4, 2014

Peaty, Peaty, Peaty Peeeeaaatty. He’s square, he’s turf, he’s got no feety.

 

Banga U.E. Media Smorgasbord

Written by  on August 21, 2014

Greetings One and All,

We posted a video on our YouTube Channel and thought that since you’re here, you might as week take a gander without schlepping all the way to You Tube (it’s a feckin’ long way).

Banga U.E. Media’s Video Pu-Pu Platter

Enjoy,

The Management

 

Peaty’s Playhouse

Written by  on August 21, 2014

The first episode of Peaty’s Playhouse, our series of webisodes for YouTube, is up on our BangaUE YouTube channel.

Peaty’s Playhouse is the story of wimpy cuckolded TV puppeteer in the 70’s, Peter O’Shea, whose big break at national stardom is destroyed by a conniving TV Producer who destroys all of beloved puppets before their big televisual debut. In a fit of panic Peter must create a character out of whatever rubbish he has to hand, a sod of turf in this case that he names Peaty.

In a surprising twist of fate Peaty’s Playhouse doesn’t bomb as Peter finds his anarchist alter ego in Peaty.

In our series of YouTube episodes you will witness the television extravaganza that is Peaty’s Playhouse.

Check out Science Week below.