Butch T. Cougar is Washington State University's Mascot. Since I'm going there next year, I thought it would be fun to try to build him. The head was the most difficult to do; it took about 1 and a half hours to build. I kept putting part of it together and then taking it apart because I didn't like what I had built so that was a long process. After the head was done though, the body was relatively easy. It took about 1 and a half hours to build too, but only because of its size. To build Butch, I printed off a few pictures of him to look at while I was building and those were very helpful. I am very happy with how Butch turned out.
Different views of Butch:
Butch's head is connected to his body with a pin so it can turn around.
Butch's teeth. I scaled his head around his teeth because I thought those white teeth pieces were perfect for his teeth since they look exactly like the ones on the real Butch costume.
Butch's arms are connected to his body with a pin so they can move around.
The front of Butch's football jersey.
The back of Butch's football jersey.
Butch's tail that drags on the ground.
Butch T. Cougar. This is one of the reference pictures I got off of Google Images to use when I was building.