Wow! This looks great, just like the drawings.... sort of!I guess this is an easier shape to sculpt than, say, Porknievitch the Irritating Arthropod. That moose looks like it would be a little top-heavy.These are awesome, John. Are you learning how to sculpt, too?- trevor.
Kaspar is awesome..
I love Kaspar.
Great character. Love the shaping.
The box design should have a characiture of the order of Lenin.
Those shoulderblades are incredible...
Does he enjoy honey and picAnic baskets, too?
John,I'm curious...Do you remember when Ren & Stimpy air freshners were produced and included within the comic books?Can you help me identify what fragrance that was? Because I work at a web design firm and I walk by an office everyday that smells distinctly like that air freshner.This confuses me inside.- Josh
Oh you should make an episode called "Borscht Bandits".
running out of things to post?
Wow, that's great. That shoulder arch is fascinating. I have to draw it!
"The Children's Crusade" is freakin' beautiful.Stay on groovin' safari,Tor
That's great. I'd like to hear some story outlines for Kaspar. Does it take place in Russia?
"Borscht Bandits"! HA HA HA HA HA!!! That's a good one!- trevor.
He bears my name.. Awesome!
Wow...somehow I've never seen Kaspar before! But he and his pals look hilarious!
I love the design so much, and to see that lip come out in a sculpt is just fuckin awesome!
I love how the bear is just a lump.Mind you, an impeccaly well-designed lump, with discernible musculature and such. But still, what I'm looking at isn't bear-shaped. And that's AWESOME.
Trevor: Thanks !
Nice work on Kaspar.I didn't even know the bear's name was Kaspar until Colter, Kali, and my seeing the URL outisde John's pictures., Great stuff.
so great, oooooooo!
I can't wait to see these on the shelves! RIP Ollie Johnson
nice back and elbows! I love it when realistic anatomy sneaks into cartoony figures.
Please tell me he'll be up for adoption! I'd even shop online for him!
I LOVE THIS GUY!!!
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