An update of my wolf face! I didn't like the size of the old wolf head so I sculpted a bigger, new one.
I'm pretty happy with the face, but I'm not very convinced with the ears so I'll probably change them.
(I'm planning to add extra fluff around the cheeks with the same faux fur used on the body so please don't pay attention to this detail xD Making the head this way leaves me the option of using this head cast to do some dog breeds just with a little customization )
Some of you have already seen her in my facebook but I also wanted to show this girl here
This is my new dragon spirit species! I wanted to sculpt a new-looking face with a longer, wolf-like snout but still feline based ( feline features are common in all my dragon spirits), and I think it ended looking a bit like Haku from Spirited Away xD sooo maybe some of you will be happy to know I'll do a custom one to look like him!
Fully poseable with a plastic armature. Head and paws are casted in resin from an original sculpture, hand painted with acrylics and sealed. The body is hand sewn faux fur.
I guess this girl will be listed in my etsy store during the next week and the price will be 180€ + shipping.
( more photos coming soon)
Hope you like her ^^
*Please, don't use this art without my permission*
Wip photo of wolf head I’m sculpting to relax a bit from college stress. This is one of the new dolls I’ll be working this summer. Hope to have it casted in resin and ready in July or so. When finished, I'll offer premades on my shop and when I open commissions I'll be accepting custom commissions for these.
-Sculpted in Monster clay Hope you like how it looks so far ^^
I'll be posting more wip of new dolls on my tumblr soon
The price for this one was 138€ plus the shipping.
For now I'll only be selling these babies as premades. I'm not taking custom commissions.
------ This baby's head and paws are casted in resin from an original sculpture, painted with acrylics and sealed with matt varnish for a better durability. Body is hand sewn polar fleece and faux fur, filled with soft stuffing fiber and sand to give him weight and a good balance.
This one is semi armatured. This means it have an armature inside from the head to tail tip so the spine can be bent in any direction. But please, note that the legs aren't. I used a plastic ball and socket armature on this doll. This kind of armature is specially made for poseable dolls and won't break after a lot of bending as wire may do.
It's about 27 cm long from the nose to tail tip ------
Usually dragon spirits' coat coloring depends on their habitat to help them camouflage better.
I want to clarify one thing. I know a lot of people call forest spirits to all my dragon spirits, but the forest ones are only the green specimens. For example this spotted one is a savannah dragon spirit.
Look what a cutie I found climbing on my tree today!
---- This one is my latest casted posable art doll and one of my favourites so far! ( It's so funny to pose him climbing things x3) He's life-sized, the size of a baby-young two toed sloth, measuring about 27cm from nose to butt, and about 20 cm tall. He's, in proportions, one of my biggest dolls so far! Fully armatured featuring a plastic ball and socket armature that won't break because of metal fatigue as wire may do. Casted in resin face and claws from an original sculpture, then painted and sealed for better durability. Body is made of vegan-friendly faux fur sewn by hand. Everything is handmade by me.
I'm going to put this one for sale in some days. I still have to decide the price but I guess this one will be around 190 euros + shipping.
One of my personal favourites of my first baby dragon spirits ^^ Just another shot to show the side face of my babies
This one is already SOLD
----- Head and paws are casted in resin from an original sculpture, painted with acrylics and sealed with matt varnish for a better durability. Body is hand sewn polar fleece and faux fur, filled with soft stuffing fiber and sand to give him weight and a good balance.
This one is semi armatured. This means it have an armature inside from the head to tail tip so the spine can be bent in any direction. But please, note that the legs aren't. I used a plastic ball and socket armature on this doll. This kind of armature is specially made for poseable dolls and won't break as wire may do.
I would greatly appreciate if you could give me your opinion about this ferret face I'm sculpting.
It's mostly about the general shape of the face, not the detail or symmetry because it's still very unfinished and this things will probably change. As you can see the fur texture isn't in all the face because isn't finished. (* and note that isn't an entire head, but only a face. The ears will be made of fabric and the rest of the head will be faux fur, like in most of my dolls)
So I need your opinion about if this face looks like a real ferret or not, if there's any feature I should change.
I've been looking for a lot of ferret faces in photos and I see that facial features may change a lot in each ferret but I need to know if you can see a random, normal shaped ferret in this face or if it looks weird because of a concrete feature.
I always try to see the errors by myself and I'm also doing it in this one, but knowing your opinion would help me a lot