Friday, September 7, 2012

Farewell Mr. Butler

A last look at my Tonner Clark Gable as Rhett Butler before he gets packed to his new home. There's something always sad about parting with something one worked hard on, but that's life. Besides, Rhett goes to a good owner who will most definitely take care of him well with her Scarletts. I fixed his shoulders here to make him more beefy. I think he should have had the Tonner athletic mold. Margaret Mitchell was very clear that Rhett was some big man too. Mr. Big to Carrie Bradshaw.

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  1. Hello from Spain: you write on my two favorite men: Clark Gable as Rhett Butler and Mr. Big from Sex and the City. They both are the kind of man that I adore. They are very masculine. This Rhett is gorgeous. Keep in touch

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  2. Thank you Marta. Mr, Big and Rhett somehow know how to pamper their women. Yes, Rhett was filled with masculinity with his looks and ego. In Margaret Mitchell's novel too, he seems to be a man who was very knowledgeable on things that make women beautiful like fashion. He was like styling Scarlett from the moment he met her starting with a nice Paris hat. I think in the same manner women shop for their men, it is perhaps wonderful that men shop for their women. Have a nice weekend Marta.

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