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by Ginger2000 from Great Britain and Northern Ireland
Toy > Animals
Submitted on 12th Aug 2010
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My sister is expecting a baby boy in September, and asked me to draw some animated characters for the nursery. I drew a stork with a baby which sparked the idea of a figurine of the stork delivering the baby boy or girl to their new parent(s)! I hope you like the design, sorry for the lack of details! The stork will have a base to stand on and buyers will have a choice of weither the figure is for a baby girl (pink) or a baby boy (blue)!

   
5 Comments
oldspice41 commented on 26th Aug 2010 (Report Spam)
this could do really well for new parents! good job i like your direction
SilverFox commented on 18th Aug 2010 (Report Spam)
This would have a hard time collecting the appropriate audience. I think only expecting parents or current parents would be interested. I see it more as a plush though. Interesting design.
Dreamkeepers commented on 16th Aug 2010 (Report Spam)

And Samotage has a point, but it might work as a plush in the nursery room.  Maybe as a gift for the baby: it could be personalized.

Dreamkeepers commented on 16th Aug 2010 (Report Spam)
This is a neat and unusual concept for this PT, but I could see this being very popular! Best of luck on your stork!
samotage commented on 16th Aug 2010 (Report Spam)

My problem with this is I have trouble seeing an audience for it. Sure you can give it to expectant parents, but in my opinion it's not something they'd put on their desk at work or anything once the baby has been born. The only thing I can see them doing with it is putting it in the baby's room.

 

And in that case, I suggest picking more pastel colors. You've got pretty vibrant ones, but babies' rooms are always decorated with soft colors, so you'd want this to match.

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