Wrong. All wrong.

March 24, 2010 § 4 Comments

I was sort of wondering when this day would happen. I knew at some point our Robbie would be immortalized in wax. And as much as I was hoping to get a picture of me smooching wax Rob and lie to everyone and say it was the real one like it, it does not look like him at all. And I don’t care if they spent extra time working on him to perfect his hair, they totally neglected perfecting his perfect face. They (the wax makers) managed to age him about 15 years, give him a giant forehead, a skinny neck, some weird non-puckering smile and too squinty eyes. They should know that everyone tween, teen, young adult, adult, elderly woman would be scrutinizing this! Wrong. All wrong.

But Karen you should totally get a pic of it when they reveal him in Times Square. You know, since you’re already there. Maybe he’s even better in person 😉



§ 4 Responses to Wrong. All wrong.

  • KarenNYC says:

    Hmmmm, he does kind of look messed up. I’m totally there for the reveal.

  • KarenNYC says:

    Not too mention he looks like James Dean from the back. I mean that’s not a bad thing, James Dean is beautiful, but he’s no Robbbie. They still got his hair wrong no matter how long they worked on it. They should know that when God made Robert Pattinson, he broke the mold and you can’t create perfection twice!

    Ba da ching!

  • Team_SixPack says:

    Yeah, no. The face is not right. Looks too short, shaped larger at the top than the bottom and the neck… cardinal rule my art teacher told me not to break when drawing a person is don’t make the neck appear that it’s coming out of the chin instead of connected to the base of the ears. Guess they forgot that lesson in figure drawing.

    But the tweens are already molesting the statue lol….could you imagine what would happen if they got their hands on him for real.*


    * (cough) Um yeah I’m not going to act like I wouldn’t have a hard time keeping my hands to myself too.

  • Anna says:

    Ah yes Karen, He did break the mold when he made Rob.

    And yeah, that was figurine would melt in a second if the tweens, er and maybe myself, got their hands on it.

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