Sheamus Thibodaux’s First Steps

Just a quick post while I have a cup of tea, then I need to get the kid and the dog out of the house before this wonderful sunshine disappears.

A few weeks ago I built an armature and sculpted a little skull head for it. I dressed my new friend  in a Ken doll’s pink tux. I posted a photo of him on my Facebook page and asked my friend’s to name him. My cousin, Timmy, named my new friend Sheamus Thibodaux.

Sheamus has been politely resting on the table next to my computer for two weeks.

Finally today I had a little bit of time to try out some movement experiments.

His first steps are pretty shaky, however he is only two weeks old, so it’s pretty amazing he can walk at all. 🙂

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