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  1. Edward Picot

    The Calamitous Tale of Mr Punch, Part One

    Mr Punch wants to spend the day making big fat sausages for his lunch, but his wife Judy tells him he's got to look after the baby. YouTube - https://youtu.be/KkYZuGXPPRY Vimeo - https://vimeo.com/144360662 - Edward Picot http://edwardpicot.com - personal website
  2. Edward Picot

    The Norty Boy

    A very short cautionary animation about what happens when you're norty, based on a picture-story done by my daughter Rachel when she was 5 or 6. To see it on YouTube, go to http://youtu.be/4AgTmpAu4EU; or to see it on Vimeo, go to https://vimeo.com/90351743 - Edward Picot http://edwardpicot.com...
  3. Edward Picot

    Gilgamesh, part 3

    Continuing the puppet-animation based (loosely) on the Sumerian Epic of Gilgamesh. Gilgamesh has sent Samhat the Harlot to "tame" his rival Enkidu, but when he hears of Enkidu's sexual prowess, he resolves to take matters into his own hands after all. Episode 3 of 10. - Edward Picot
  4. Edward Picot

    Gilgamesh, part 2

    Continuing the puppet-animation based (loosely) on the Sumerian Epic of Gilgamesh. The Goddess Aruru has sent a new hero called Enkidu to challenge Gilgamesh. Rather than confront him directly, Gilgamesh sends Samhat the Harlot to tame him. Episode 2 of 10. - Edward Picot
  5. Edward Picot

    The Problem of Health Care

    At last! A layman's guide to the UK Government's healthcare reforms, explaining them in terms so simple they might have been written by a complete idiot, and charting the development of health care from the good old days to the present and beyond - with hilarious results! In fabulous...