An interesting idea, but one i probably won't be doing. The clone wars is after all part of the EU.
I wish it was true but I think Lucas said that the CG Clone Wars movie and the CG TV series (series that I find myself enjoying for the most part, unlike the "movie") are Star Wars canons (?)
But of course on this matter it all depends of our personal state of mind!
Lucas did indeed say that. The idea is that the films, CG series and forthcoming TV series will be official cannon, and everything else EU (and so fair-game for contradiction - see Karen Travis's hissyfit and subsequent quitting writing for SW for details).
Of course, that doesn't mean (as you suggest) they have to be a part of adywan's personal canon, but they are not considered EU by lucasfilm.
I wasn't intending to start a canon debate at all. Just wanted to point that out.
I just wanted to show in my mock-up how my idea for having IG-88's head turn like the 2-D and CG cartoon in ESB can make the droid have more "life" in it's movement, making the droid, well, more droid-like. In a sense, the mock-up is similar to the ANH:R cantina scene, making aliens appear more "alive" with facial expressions and blinks, but instead with a droid and it's working parts in the head. Same ballpark, in a sense. And I truly do believe that my mock-up is effective in getting that across, especially since it is very subtle, and doesn't pull too much attention away from the Vader/Boba dialogue exchange.
I'll take a moment to weigh in on the canon debate... if I'm not mistaken, I think I remember reading somewhere that Lucas doesn't consider the 2-D series to be canon, but does support the CG series as canon, especially since he has his eyes and hands all over that series in one way or another, while he had a lot less involvement creatively in the original 2-D series.