We just now got hit by another vandal (who has edited not only an article, but has also uploaded new versions of the pictures on this article, none of which have anything to do with the topic of the article).
Can you re-upload the picture files that have been vandalised?
In case we get anything back from Ragdoll regarding how the Boohbah suits were made, what is the material their fur is made of? The Telegraph article on the show says the costume is covered with "thousands" of ruffled bits of "material hand-painted with a special reflective substance", but it doesn't state what specific material these "bits" were made with. Can you observe the furs all over the Boohbah in the picture to the right and see if you can take an educated guess on what material their fur was made with?
Good guess, but from what I can see, their fur looks lightyears more softer than paper fur (researching that up only brought up stuff incredibly different than this). Can you also ask Ragdoll this question on Twitter? (FYI: I am well aware that the Teletubbies' "skin" was made of Babygro)
Yesterday, I asked these questions about the Boohbahs and how their segments were made. I understand there's a wealth of information elsewhere about how the Storyworld segments were made, but surprisingly virtually nothing about the titular characters of the show.
Want to have a look at them and ask them to Ragdoll on Twitter?
Great! Maybe I can be an administrator, too, and assist you in cleaning this wiki up......is it possible to have more than one admin here, though?
Anyways, this wiki is in dire need of repair. There's a whole bunch of unneeded categories and fake episodes all over this wiki, and I've been wondering for a long time if it was possible to get rid of them (I'm thinking about moving the articles I made for my "fictional" toys to a possible fanon wiki, along with aforementioned made-up episodes). I've made new infoboxes for each Boohbah (they certainly do look better than the plain, standard ones we had up for a while, don't they?), and I'm also wondering if there was any more information on the production of the show that we could add here (for example, how were the Boohbah costumes made? There seems to be practically nothing about that aside from the piece of information in that Telegraph article and the fact that Vin Burnham was the person who designed them).
Check out your Admin Dashboard, which can be found by clicking "Admin" on the bottom toolbar -- it has links to all your new tools. Please let me know if you have any questions, and good luck with your new (old) wiki!
I was on Wayback Machine on Ragdoll in 2004,looking at news articles, until I saw (which seems to be true) Boohbah news articles about the episodes. The Second series actually started on March 16th, 2004. I don't know what the First episode of the 2nd Series was, but We will have to find out. Don't believe me? There's proof: []
As told on the 2nd Series news article, they said that 2 new episodes will be on Good Friday, Easter and Easter Monday.
Paper Plane - April 9th, 2004
Stream - April 9th, 2004 (Both Easter Friday)
Droopy Flowers - April 10th, 2004
Fido's Flag - April 12th, 2004
Feathers - April 12th, 2004 (Both Monday)
I just now came to the realisation that the current images used for each Boohbah's article are their renders; thus, they are the same image (or pose) digitally re-coloured to identify a different Boohbah. On the show, the Boohbahs are not only different in colour, but they are also different in size and, in some cases, appearances, which is not represented in any of the pictures at all. Can you find more render and "in-show" images of the Boohbahs to use for each one's article?