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Christopher Robin: Owl Character Design

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AlextheAnimator's avatar
Did you really worked on the Christopher Robin movie?
DTrachier's avatar
What type of owl is Owl?
Wannabby's avatar

This is brilliant!! Very beautiful

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Doll-Ladi's avatar
you seriously fooled me with this shot. I thought this was a real photo wow!
DarkstripeShadowpaw's avatar
Really nice design. Too bad Rabbit and Owl weren't on screen more!
Iduna-Haya's avatar
Wow, I love his expression <3
YUK-buitar's avatar
insane skill, how much did it take to do it ?
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Noxaunu's avatar
brilliant <33
RegnoArt's avatar
I knew this was going to be Owl from Christopher Robin the moment I saw his face ;)

Incredible stuff!
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daekazu's avatar
That's crazy good! :heart:
Mr-Meloetta's avatar
It's like it's judging me
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SoraMakesArt's avatar
This is so cool!
PeteriDish's avatar
beautifully fluffy! I really like his face though, that expression is just perfect.
tcr11050's avatar
:) Though I do wish they have Andre Stojka or even Mike Grady(Who can do a good impression of Andre) played as Owl. Toby Jones was alright, but like the 2011 film, why can't we just use the actors we've used for most of the previous films.(Minus John Fiedler and Paul Winchell since they've sadly passed on. Even Ken Samson in 2012)
jppiper's avatar
because they think big name stars equals box office
tcr11050's avatar
True because voice actors are "Heard and not seen." Which is why many of them are still not that well known to the general public besides fans.
jppiper's avatar
the studios need to realize that the era of the movie star is over
tcr11050's avatar
Well obviously that's why Speilburg felt a dark age would soon come, mostly to the fault of name recognition of the actors and high marketing.
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