Hypothetical Puppets by Picture to Puppet

Watch our puppets on Dave!

Here is a sneak preview of our Hypothetical puppets on TV – we’re delighted to hear them going down so well with the audience:

Who made the Hypothetical Puppets?

The six Hypothetical puppets were made by Mari Jones and Emma Forrest here at Picture to Puppet. Our Josh Widdicombe and James Acaster puppets will be joined by our Romesh puppet, our Rachel Parris puppet, our Jon Richardson puppet and our Rose Matafeo puppet!

We had a great time making the Hypothetical puppets because the comedians were so charismatic and interesting to caricature. We’re proud of our Romesh puppet’s distinctive expression, of our Rose Matafeo puppet’s big smile and of our Jon Richardson puppet’s open face.

You can find out more about our custom caricature puppets, likeness puppets and lookalike puppets here! If you’d like to find out a bit about the process of making likeness puppets, we’ve got a lovely video about it here (video courtesy of Becky Chan):

You can see lots of examples of other likeness puppets we have made here!

Here are some pictures of our Josh Widdicombe and James Acaster puppets:

Our Romesh Puppet

Romesh Ranganathan Puppet

Here is our Romesh Ranganathan puppet! As with all our custom puppets, we worked hard to get the right head shape, and his squint. We even gelled his hair into shape and trimmed his beard to the right length!

Our Josh Widdicombe Puppet

Josh Widdicombe Puppet
Here is our Josh Widdicombe puppet!

In our Josh Widdicombe puppet, we tried to match his tousled curls, blue eyes and glasses.

Our Rose Matafeo Puppet

Rose Matafeo puppet by Picture to Puppet

Rose Matafeo’s joyful expression was a pleasure to capture in our Rose Matafeo puppet. We also searched high and low for a tiny costume to match hers, and the right wig!

Rachel Paris Puppet

We focused on Rachel Parris’s Luscious lips when making our Rachel Parris puppet. Happy to hear her say it was the hair of her dreams! When we make caricature puppets, the challenge is is often to accentuate the person’s most distinctive features whilst retaining a close likeness.

Our James Acaster Puppet

James Acaster Puppet

Here is our James Acaster puppet! Sadly he’d had a haircut by the time the show came around, which reduced the likeness a bit. But it’s mostly in the eyebrows!

Our Jon Richardson Puppet

Jon Richardson Puppet

I got quite attached to our Jon Richardson Puppet, because he has such a friendly face!

Order your own custom caricature puppet from Picture to Puppet!

You don’t need to be a TV production company to order a fabulous lookalike puppet. We make lots of custom puppets, and can make likeness puppets (like these hypothetical puppets) based on anyone you like, just send us a photo to mari@picturetopuppet.co.uk. Our likeness puppets start from £175 for a glove puppet and £315 for a hand puppet. Why not jazz up your best man speech, or surprise a loved one?

For more about Picture to Puppet’s custom puppets, visit www.picturetopuppet.co.uk/custom-puppets or you could also come and visit us in our Edinburgh studio at 64 Constitution Street, where we also run Leith Toy Hospital!