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    Default KId Cartoony face

    Yep, Hello Guys! I am working on an old project of children book already printed in 1999 with my publisher in France called 'Baltimore and Redingote'. I want to rework all the illustrations before to make an english translation of the book, because the illustrations are really old now and not enough cartoony for the little hero of the story. In more I want to inject in the story a new blow with the great help of a friend. I am not sure for the moment if the sculpt will take a big part of the project or not, that will depend of the time that I can accord on it.
    But i am sure that working with ZB will help me a lot in this task, for playing with lights and shapes.

    For the moment, I made just a quick sculpt of the face of the little hero, I hope you enjoy it.


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    The boy looks great! I have a feeling you'll achieve what you are looking to do. You've got a solid style going on there.
    Christopher Tackett

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    Really nice start on the boy.

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    Thumbs up body features

    I enjoy the way that the boys small features, e.g. his nose and mouth, make his eyes and forehead seem larger in scale. It gives him an innocent appeal and would make him a very relatable character.

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    I think you did a great job on this lilguy cartoon character, just came from your web site
    and have to say its FANTASTIC! what a wonderful gallery you have.
    all the best to you
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    Very cool face
    Thanks,
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    Here a little wink to my friend David Petersen the creator and the author of the Mouse Guard, I hope you enjoy it. Now I search for the best posing ...
    best
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    Here a link for the turntable of CELANAWE, my tribute to the fantastic comic, the Mouse Guard by David Petersen

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kXR3DcQ_ACI



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    The mouse guard looks really good.

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    With the idea to make a cast in resin and if David is Ok maybe a Little bronze if we find the funds.









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    Mouseguard FTW!, and very well done.

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    Default Baltimore and redingote

    It miss the goose plush and maybe a chest...



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    It looks great.

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