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when taking the risk of redrawing a character from a film, t is important that the likeness is 100% spot on, unless there is a hilarity to the purposeful misinformation of a “bad portrait.” This is a pretty cliché “ghost” concept of touching something that is personified that never appears as a physical presence in the film. I think the text is treated nicely, but the clothing being rendered more than the the character himself pushes the figure back behind the clothing rather than appearing to fall on the form of him, further adding to the non-familiar rendering of the actor in the film. Good eye for composition and restraint in the presentation of verbal information! Just leaves a lot to be desired in terms of heavy-handedness in terms of concept and execution. Cool beans!