Are we here to correct the mistakes of our parents? A curse has been placed on a baker and his wife. They cannot bear children because the baker's father had stolen magic beans from a witch's garden. The witch took the father's unborn daughter, Rapunzel. The father abandoned his son and wife. Once the Baker gets his wish and has a child, he loses his wife and runs away. He has a chance not to repeat some of the mistakes of his father. Will he take it?
I continued ingraining the figure into his environment here. It's not perfect, but the Baker's legs feel much more germane to the ground here than it might have been previously. I was trying to match the character's costume colors and profiles. The father could have been mossier and the Baker could have been less heroic, but I like the trees and vines in the background.