mardi 23 février 2010

The wild child

Crusoe, the little boy living on the island with his father, was more of a challenge than the other characters, to the extent that he was not elegant, prim and contained, but rather unruly and left entirely to his own devices, and yet he had to be in keeping with the design of the other characters, and retain their fine features and long limbs. He became a spidery, limber character, and the defined outlines of the basic design chart came in useful in giving him matted, wavy hair.

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