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« Reply #10 on: December 31, 2009 07:33:47 PM »

Well for one I LOVE them! Just how they are, they're easily recognizable, and if someone can't recognize them then well they suck right?  Wink

If you do decide to add eyes then take into consideration the generation that you're appealing to. The all white eyes are more the more modern ninja turtles which I personally don't like. I think it's mostly just cause I grew up with the original turtles who just have regular eyes and weren't as "hard" looking.


I think that's what is really stopping me. I don't think I could really do justice to the original eyes of the characters and I really don't like the newer TMNT so I think just leaving them blank lets anyone enjoy them without taking "sides" or whatever.
« Reply #11 on: December 31, 2009 09:56:54 PM »

Oh, I like these. I think I might try to make some but I would put googly eyes on mine! I also just like googly eyes and would glue them to just about anything lol.
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