Monday, April 25, 2016

Tumble Leaf Season 3 at Bix Pix

I recently worked on puppets from season 3 of "Tumble Leaf," the Amazon Prime show for pre-schoolers produced by the company Bix Pix.  I worked on many silicone parts, including hands and feet for Fig & Maple (pictured above), Gingko's arms (the crab) and tentacles for an upcoming character. :)  Photos above courtesy of Google Images.


  1. the Shuraydas of Tubna, Cheap Jordan Shoes, who by the 1860s could field 500 armed men (and women) in the al-Kura region further north. Both families had served as local tax collectors for various distant Ottoman governors in Damascus in the 19th century. By and large, shaykhs like the Furayhats and Shuraydas did not always feel the need to amass large personal estates for themselves at this time. Control over economic surplus was what mattered, not titular rights to ownership. Since shqykhs were able to use their position to expropriate tribute payments in the form of grain and animals from their protegees, they saw no need to rely solely upon personal agricultural exploitation for survival. In turn, these settled shaykhs were still sometimes subject to extortions from even more powerful bedouin tribes like the 'Adwan and Bam Sakhr.