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A bust of [[Jim Henson]], sculpted by Anthony Veilleux, was released by G-Force Models in [[2000]].
 
A bust of [[Jim Henson]], sculpted by Anthony Veilleux, was released by G-Force Models in [[2000]].
   
 
The base of the bust consists of characters from various Henson productions including [[Kermit the Frog]], [[Yorick]], two [[doozers]], [[Ludo]], [[Luke as Mouse|Luke as a mouse]] from ''[[The Witches]]'', [[The Worm]] from ''[[Labyrinth]]'', [[Link Hogthrob]], [[Rowlf the Dog]], [[Ernie]], [[the Chamberlain]], two [[goblins]] from ''[[Labyrinth]]'', [[Baby Sinclair]], a [[podling]], [[The Heartless Giant (character)|the giant]] from "[[Episode 105: The Heartless Giant|The Heartless Giant]]," a [[The Devils|devil]] from "[[Episode 106: The Soldier and Death|The Soldier and Death]]," [[Dr. Bunsen Honeydew|Bunsen Honeydew]], [[Fozzie Bear]], [[Earl Sinclair]], [[Beautiful Day Monster]], and one of the [[Mystics]].
 
The base of the bust consists of characters from various Henson productions including [[Kermit the Frog]], [[Yorick]], two [[doozers]], [[Ludo]], [[Luke as Mouse|Luke as a mouse]] from ''[[The Witches]]'', [[The Worm]] from ''[[Labyrinth]]'', [[Link Hogthrob]], [[Rowlf the Dog]], [[Ernie]], [[the Chamberlain]], two [[goblins]] from ''[[Labyrinth]]'', [[Baby Sinclair]], a [[podling]], [[The Heartless Giant (character)|the giant]] from "[[Episode 105: The Heartless Giant|The Heartless Giant]]," a [[The Devils|devil]] from "[[Episode 106: The Soldier and Death|The Soldier and Death]]," [[Dr. Bunsen Honeydew|Bunsen Honeydew]], [[Fozzie Bear]], [[Earl Sinclair]], [[Beautiful Day Monster]], and one of the [[Mystics]].
   
{{quote|Jim Henson's work has influenced not only my work but the way I see the world. Sculpting this piece is my way of bringing smiles to the fans of his wonderful worlds, the way his genius has made me smile since I was a kid... and has helped me continue to be that kid.<br>--Anthony Veilleux, sculptor<ref>[http://web.archive.org/web/20050209033709/http://gforcemodels.com/gforce_kits/henson/index.htm gforcemodels.com archive]</ref>}}
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Bust.jimhenson.jpg|full view
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Image:Hensonbust-back.jpg|back view
 
Image:Hensonbust-back.jpg|back view
 
Image:Hensonbust-side.jpg|side view
 
Image:Hensonbust-side.jpg|side view
Image:Hensonbust-bronzed.jpg|a bronzed version was also available
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Image:Hensonbust-bronzed.jpg|bronzed version
 
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{{quote|Jim Henson's work has influenced not only my work but the way I see the world. Sculpting this piece is my way of bringing smiles to the fans of his wonderful worlds, the way his genius has made me smile since I was a kid... and has helped me continue to be that kid.<br>-Anthony Veilleux, sculptor<ref>[http://web.archive.org/web/20050209033709/http://gforcemodels.com/gforce_kits/henson/index.htm gforcemodels.com archive]</ref>}}
   
 
==Sources==
 
==Sources==

Revision as of 18:42, July 29, 2012

A bust of Jim Henson, sculpted by Anthony Veilleux, was released by G-Force Models in 2000.

The base of the bust consists of characters from various Henson productions including Kermit the Frog, Yorick, two doozers, Ludo, Luke as a mouse from The Witches, The Worm from Labyrinth, Link Hogthrob, Rowlf the Dog, Ernie, the Chamberlain, two goblins from Labyrinth, Baby Sinclair, a podling, the giant from "The Heartless Giant," a devil from "The Soldier and Death," Bunsen Honeydew, Fozzie Bear, Earl Sinclair, Beautiful Day Monster, and one of the Mystics.

Jim Henson's work has influenced not only my work but the way I see the world. Sculpting this piece is my way of bringing smiles to the fans of his wonderful worlds, the way his genius has made me smile since I was a kid... and has helped me continue to be that kid.
-Anthony Veilleux, sculptor[1]

Sources

  1. gforcemodels.com archive

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