That's really great, what kid wouldn't want one? He's cute and gross at the same time. I especially like his socks and leg freckles.
Does he have a poo surprise on his crotch?
Golly, that's fetching! I can't decide which angle I like best.
When did you take Jimmy out of the Rik Blastoff series and make him into an idiot?- trevor.
Wow, it looks pretty frickin' scary.
The crazy perspective reminds me of an old Mad article where kids designed their own christmas toys. It's a cool idea and it strangely works for this one.
I love it. Jimmy is my favorite of your characters, I like the slightly different look he's got in this toy. Retro in an honest way.
ERIC, That link is amazing, I wish they do stuff like that now-a-days, wow. I love how Jimmy's legs look like rotten potatoes, and his cheeks look like a spanked ass. And the strands of hair everywhere. It's beautiful.. *sniff*
Good grief! That's hideous!!!!
Nice sock garters.Was Chris still using Sculpey (or whatever it was called)?
His legs look so diseased! Disney would have cried haha!
the moles and freckles made my skin crawl, I guess that means they're good
That's disgusting.Just the way I like it!
Boy, Jimmy has come a long way.And Peterson's "3/4 drawing" sculpting technique is quite intriguing. Especially in the previous statuettes.
I love how the character hasso much going on all over. Even though it's static myeye is traveling all over itchecking out the wild fingers,the exposed calves, the red bow tie, etc.. I'm not surewhat's going on at the crotch.Is that a fig leaf on the outsideof his pants? or is it a wet spot?or . . what is it?Anyway the face definitely stealsthe show (which it should in myopinion), but that hasn't held you back from making the restof him interesting also.
Now that's funny. It's like the toy you remember, not the one you had.+1 on:"Retro in an honest way."
I didn't realise Jimmy had been around for so long. I love this toy.
Haw! Hilarious! I almost fell out of my chair when I saw these!
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