Recent developments demonstrated that liquid templates in the form of solid particles stabilized emulsions can be used to produce porous materials. The use of such emulsions offers the possibility to control the porous properties over a wide range of pore sizes and porosities for a variety of materials. In addition, the liquid nature of the template enables the formed products to be sintered without a low temperature debinding step. In this work, the electrophoretic deposition (EPD) of these liquid templates for the production of porous alumina is reported. The experimental parameters needed to obtain stable emulsions, their influence on the final porous properties, as well as the influence of the deposition parameters are discussed.