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Thursday, January 17, 2013

Calling Any Willing Artists

So yeah this is a little off the regular topic but remember a while back those sketches I shared that I made for the O.M.F.G. sereies 3 toyline submissions on Octobertoys.com? Well I have an idea for a new submission but my skills are not able to convey what I want, and I was wondering if anyone who reads my stuff could help?

If anyone is willing to take a whack at it here is the description for the fig.

  • It's a 3ball snowman, who for his head has a mushy jack-o-lantern for a head. He is slightly hunched over and the jack-o-lantern is sitting tilted instead of flat.
  • His arms are made of sticks, one is a single stick that starts rather thick with snow wrapped around it at the base and ends with some twig-fingers. The other is a pair of sticks wrapping around each other, with plenty of open gaps in places, one of them ends with a split into two branches while the other is just a single stick.
  • On top of his head he's wearing a tophat.
  • Instead of scarf he has a noose hangin down and to the side.
  • Instead of rock/coal buttons there are little stylized skulls.
  • Sticking out of the bottom snowball in the front there is an empty boot, slightly tilted. Looking like it was put there while it was an ordinary snowman.
  • On the bakcside of the bottom ball (higher up than the boot) there is an arm reaching out wearing a mitten. I don't know if the snow around the arm should be pushing out making it look like the arm is struggling to reach out of the ball, or the snow should be concave giving the impression that it's sucking the arm inside.
  • On the backside of the middle ball there is an empty stocking cap stuck to the ball, partially "submerged" in places (there is no head at all in the cap, it's just a flat empty cap), and a second mitten, maybe with a string connecting it to the one on the arm.
I have yet to think of name for this guy, so any help with that would also be appreciated.

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