Story Critter Caricature Sculptures for the Grandchildren

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Morris C. of Oro Valley AZ, write stories for his grandchildren. To illustrate the characters within the stories, he creates caricature sculptures for the critters within them.
"I sculpt each one of the critters and plants from clay and then paint them," Morris explains, "Then, I put them in a setting to match the story and take a photo that is then inserted in the story."
story caricature clay sculpture with glass eyes
(Photo of a Watersnarfer with these blue glass eyes.)
"I enjoy coming up with the caricatures to match the stories and sculpting them," Morris wrote to us in an e-mail, "Your glass eyes really make the critters look believable and add that something extra to each one."
cactus critter caricature story sculpture with glass eyes
(Photo of cactus Gobstomper with green glass eyes.)
These photos are just a sampling of what's to come.
"There are many stories and critters to go," Says Morris, "So I expect using quite a few of your glass eyes in the future."

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