You knew the Inspiration Fairy checks into the Google Hotel for rest and relaxation, didn't you? That is where I find her when she isn't hovering over my punch drawer. If you need her, check there. She is often on the clip-art floor or in the cartoon suite.
Anyway, back to basketball...
Obviously a younger player (not a pro) since he is mainly feet (not tattooed muscle). "Mainly feet" is a pretty good description of a lot of young teen boys I think. Except in real life, he would have much fancier and expensive shoes with some famous logo on them.
I almost did his hair in Apricot Appeal so I could give him a wee moustache and call it apricot fuzz instead of peach fuzz but I figured telling you all that was as good a giggle as actually doing it.
I did have a basketball request from Janice for her grandson so maybe this will get her started. Janice, if your grandson is younger leave the eyebrows off - those seemed to age him a few years.
Here is a photo I took before assembly (and before eyebrows)
Only part that might not be clear is the shirt - wide oval - cut almost in half - trimmed three times with the word window for neck and both arm holes. And the hair is just like Stephen Brock - male demo. And you will notice that some of the word windows were shortened by reinserting them and punching again.
I tried to make a basketball by drawing the lines on a circle but it was much easier to use the "Just Basketball" stamp. Stamped in pumpkin pie on white - sponged really rust around the edges.
Gale Foster emailed that she needs a girl basketball player so I'll be trying that for tomorrow's post. I know the pose I want to use. I guess you will find out tomorrow if I was successful with it or not.