Steven (Bungeecow) Elford

is creating Models, Drones, Props, Puppets, and THINGS

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I like to make things, I always have.
I grew up on 70's and 80's TV shows and Movies, where everything was "practical", not a CGI shot to be seen. How can I do that? I wondered.
I went to Art College to figure things out and after 2 years of drawing, painting, and sculpting I decided "making" is what I was good at so went to another college to study Model Making.  
While there I built up my portfolio and got freelance work building props and models for TV commercials, stage shows, exhibitions and the like.

I still work in the movie and TV industry, but now in computer animation. In my spare time, I continue to make things, here's a list of some of the things I've made over the years:

Funny puppets, scary puppets, stop motion puppets, animatronic puppets.
Drones, designing and building before it was cool.
The insides of chickens in the form of armatures for the movie Chicken Run.
Martians, both big and small for the movie Mars Attacks.  
Bass Guitars, weird sculptures, and 3D paintings.  
Movie sets, stage sets, and exhibitions. 
I've sculpted more Chevron cars than I have fingers for the Chevron with Techron.
A monk that watches you as you walk past, that was to sell phones!!
Oh and a flying Delorean....

You can see what I'm up to over on my website at or on my  Facebook page and if you like what I do and want to help support me I'd be very grateful.

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As soon as I hit $50 a month I will send a Bungeecow T-Shirt to 1 of the Patrons chosen at random by a computer program of some sort.

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