Lucas the Spider

We just can’t get enough of Lucas the Spider and all the adorable situations he finds himself in. The latest is that he has been captured and his reaction is cuter than ever before!

 

Talented animator Joshua Slice was working on a small project, he created a test character called Lucas the Spider. The animated clip was only 20 seconds long but it won over the hearts of millions of people. The animation is voiced by Joshua’s nephew who is also named Lucas.

When the very first clip came out, people were convinced it was curing their Arachnophobia. Since then Lucas has been trapped out in the cold, played in a bathroom sink and most recently, he got captured by a human.

Viewers have been blown away by the amount of cuteness this little spider is capable of and even asked Pixar to create a movie about his adventures. We are still hoping that becomes a reality but in the meantime, Joshua is continuing to provide us with 20 to 30-second clips of Lucas.

The adorable spider got captured because he wanted to play hide-n-seek with the human. Things take a scary turn for a moment before we are melting at his cuteness again.

“I’ve been captured. I was playin’ hide an’ seek, and I ran up to ‘im, and I wuss like, ‘tag, you’re it,’ and then— GASP there he is…he’s looking at me…”

Lucas has been on some fun-filled adventures, you can see all of them here.


Sources: YouTube
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