This week, an alleged discovery exposed in the Chamber of Deputies of the Mexican Congress shocked the entire world. The well-known ufologist Jaime Maussan attended a session dedicated to Unidentified Anomalous Phenomena (FANI), also known as UFOs, to show the bodies of what he claimed were two extraterrestrials.
The one who is also director of the Third Millennium program assured that the bodies were more than 1,000 years old, according to research carried out by the National Autonomous University of Mexico, and that they would represent irrefutable proof that extraterrestrial life exists.
The appearance of the supposed aliens, similar to that of a mummy, caused a flurry of comments on social networks, especially due to their resemblance to the crafts from the television show Art Attack. These jokes were joined by its best-known presenter, Jordi Cruz, who tweeted the following: "To mummify two aliens we cover them with concoction and toilet paper, let them dry for a few years and that's it."
After discovering that Art Attack was a trend on Twitter, the communicator got to work and soon returned with a new message, this time in video form. And Cruz has taken advantage of the success of the case to teach users "how to make your mummified alien."
"I'm going to use a skeleton, the Halloween one, and we're going to have to fill its limbs with clay, plasticine or anything you have around the house that serves as dough," he began with his peculiar craft. Jordi Cruz later showed how he has "modified the ribs to make him look more like an alien."
"We cover everything, we include the details that make it look like a real alien; finally the head, there is a good piece of clay, we press hard and give it that triangular shape," explains the process to turn a toy skeleton into an alien. like the bodies shown in Mexico.
After making "the details of the face" and letting it dry, Jordi Cruz finished off the craft with the classic 'Art Attack concoction'. "Cola, water, in equal parts," he said. The presenter finished by applying toilet paper to his work and transferring it with tissue paper to a box "very carefully, which is very sensitive."