Making Monsters: Eaten Alive! Pictures

Ed, Marsha, Mikey and Jordu build a massive, 4,000-pound project for Bennett's Curse in Baltimore, MD.

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Jordu compares his maquette -- a small-scale, rough model -- of “Cute Alien” to the final sculpture.

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