This beautiful little lady was inspired by the moors and the highlands which is why I dyed her fur a grayish lavender and paired with with a light blue. When making her I was inspired by the mystery and the ever present layers of fog in those areas and the legends that lay beneath it all.
Mediums: Hand-dyed German Helmblod Mohair, Acid dyes, German Glass Eyes, Wool, Cotter Pin Joint, Plastic Beads, Upcycled Polyfil
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CriMsoN-MinKuNFeatured By OwnerNov 8, 2012Student General Artist
Bronwyn looks adorable~ I love how you still show care to all your soft sculptures by retouching them with new body parts, furs, and cute accessories~ Just makes me feel all happy inside~!! Hoping for a great home for Bronwyn~ (Still saving up for Snow ... )
Awww thank you. I always do like to redo little aspects of them so it doesn't feel like they just sit around my apt waiting for a new home. I wanted to take pics of her new horns before the sun went down yesterday and I lost the light, but she has a new collar as well.
<333 She looks super super super adorbs with those horns. I personally like their new form more than the old one. They're more ... there and curly and they look softer. More natural shaped. o_o In my opinion. (Could be wrong about the natural part.) Just (as said) I miss the blue thread on the horns a bit, I loved how it went with the tiny flowers on her horns, it underlined her...fragile nature a bit. <3333
But overall those are better >u< I really , really love them. I LOVE HER EVEN MORE NOW ;7; Ah.
*touch* What I'd personally do, is making her collar a bit more... ouo eh. Poofy? I'd give her one like Snow or Sue Ella have. That would cuten her up even more imo and underline her fragile-ness again. And pretty her up! ~ What is amazing, since she has those... (kinda) big horns, she still looks so precious you just want to hold her carefully in your palm and pet her over her head very softly with a finger... eue So cute. She is truely my second favourite out of your entire gallery.
Awww, I wish the blue embroidery floss worked better, but it didn't really stay on. I think I might using blue roving if I were to attempt that winding pattern again. I liked placing the flowers like this better than the old horns, but of course I'll leave the old pics up.
I'm glad you love her still. I know how much you love her and I didn't want to disappoint you or Alvin. I added the pic of the collared version as you said. I do think it adds more volume, but I gotta get some more dyes so I can make many colored laces.