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Semi-intelligent, slime creatures distinguished by their many long, tentacular pseudopods. They can be found in Namco's 1992 Great Greed Gameboy roleplaying video game. After capturing something edible with these sticky appendages, a Roper inserts the meal inside its body so that it can be broken down and digested by various acids and enzymes. Ropers aren't big enough to devour larger organisms, like humans, but their pseudopods can still deliver painful lashings to the unwary. These gelatinous scavengers roam freely in the wilds of the Sushi Empire.

Paper toweling, newsprint, white glue, and paint.

10.5 cm/4.1 in. x 8.5 cm/3.3 in. (widest point x highest point)

Two days, January 16 and 17, 2005

Roper photo collage.

Image of a Roper from the Great Greed Game Boy video game:


  •   Great Greed Game Boy video game and instruction manual.

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The background images are portraits of the main female characters in the Great Greed game that I colored, while the foreground pattern is a closeup of the surface texture of my original 'Sargasso: The Queen of Kelp' sculpture.