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Custom Werewolf Dolls: Gypsy and Blair by WormsandBones Custom Werewolf Dolls: Gypsy and Blair by WormsandBones
Two custom werewolves for N.N. made into her OCs Blair (larger white fella) and Gypsy (snarly gold). These guys were more complicated than others we've done so far. They both feature pattern alterations (for size difference & fur placement), holes for piercings, sculpt edits (scars & goatee), plus specific paint features (milky eye).

Both are cast resin from our original sculpts, hand painted and sealed, sewn from vegan friendly faux fur and made poseable using a series of ball & socket joints. These guys are good examples of what we're calling 'complex customs', due to all the addition whatnots. :) Bringing other people's characters to life in a 3-d sense is always REALLY satisfying. Hopefully we did these two justice!
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hannahleavy Apr 12, 2014  New member Student Digital Artist
you are a very talented artist this is AMAZING!
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RhaeliaDrakaris Mar 2, 2014  New member Hobbyist Artist
Oh, estan hermosos! No venden?
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:iconskvaderflight:
I can't figure out how you make them stand like that! O.o Do you have weights in their feet? Either way, these are incredlibly impressive. Well done!
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WormsandBones Jan 19, 2014  Professional General Artist
Its all in how they're engineered. With proper balance, they don't need to be weighted. :) Thank you!
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:iconskvaderflight:
That is actually pretty useful. Where can I learn to do that? Any books or classes you can recommend to a beginner crafter?
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WormsandBones Jan 19, 2014  Professional General Artist
Honestly the best recommendation we can give is just practice - be open to making mistakes, and learn from them. We both had a pretty amazing array of education as well, so we got to spend a LOT of time in the studio which was a huge leg up in terms of skill level. Critique is also hugely valuable, whether its from peers or people who's skills you admire, so long as you understand that the most valuable part of any critique is the constructive criticism. :)
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Looks like pokemon XD
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Thriftstoredragon Jun 15, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
These are so neat! I love them! They look to be very posable. About how tall are they?
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Terra-fen May 17, 2013  Professional Artisan Crafter
Jeez, how do you do these? Great work!
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Jerseydays May 15, 2013  Professional Artisan Crafter
They are sooo great!! :happybounce:
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