These are by David De Rooij
They are solid, meaty and maintan Jim's feeling very well. He's hired.
George's mout is a little too symmetrical in the one above. Hard to tell in Jim's rough, but if you squint you can see the mout is higher on the right and then connects to his lower jaw. (Jim has two different mouths there on top of each other. One sligltly open. Either one would work.
George has a bit too much hair here, but it's a very observant cleanup and preserves George's meat well.This one by Aaron isn't bad either, though a tad o the wonky side: