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December 19, 2013
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--SOLD--Poseable Hand Made Baby Fum! by Wood-Splitter-Lee --SOLD--Poseable Hand Made Baby Fum! by Wood-Splitter-Lee

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Meet, "Fum!"

This adorable, hand sculpted, fully poseable, "Fantasy Baby Fum" is a one of a kind original piece of artwork being offered up for bid!   I hand sculpted the face onto a posable frame that I made and wrapped with stuffing so its extremely soft!  I then paint the clay parts with acrylics and small brushes.  Synthetic  fur, the middle horn is a real naturally dropped deer horn, and the other two I hand sculpted and painted!


I do not use molds, casts or patterns, each is fully hand made.

Approximately one foot long and 13 inches tall.  Work is signed. Enjoy! :squee:


(c) 2013 Original All Rights Reserved-

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Red-rose-princess Apr 5, 2014  New member Hobbyist Writer
there`s no point me even looking at these i can never find or afford these beautiful things 
VicsDesignerStudio Feb 20, 2014  New member Student Digital Artist
so pretty <3
migoodness WANT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
BigSisofSix Feb 12, 2014   General Artist
I'm just gonna say, your work is amazing to see and inspiring. Would it be possible to get some tips on a project I want to work on? I saw a couple of your things and decided 'Hey! I can do that too!', but I think I've gotten myself in a little deep without the know how on how to do this... I'm trying to make a life sized posing doll of a dragon, she's reasonably small, like, small cat sized. I started to make her, but i picked my materials really poorly... turns out floral wire works great for making a skeleton of a action figure like thing, not for posing... I've looked up all sorts of stuff looking for a logical way on how to put her together, but there's not much. Like. At all. (Or I'm not looking in the right places...)

So, yeah, if you're willing to give tips, that'd be awesome because I have no clue how to do this properly... If not, you're still an amazing artist and I'll just admire from the side lines jealously.

Thanks for your time, if you get to read this.
Wood-Splitter-Lee Feb 22, 2014  Professional Traditional Artist
Hello, thanks for the kind words.  You might try bailing wire from a hardwear store, you can double it over however many times you need for the amount of strength desired, have fun!
WitTea Jan 26, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Awh this is so fluffy and cute! The colors on the fur is amazing and the eyes @.@ I'm am so 100% in love with this one.
littlegrimoire Jan 24, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
This is ADORABLE!!!! I'm glad you use synthetic fur and naturally-dropped stuff :)
KaziuDeBubu Jan 19, 2014  Hobbyist Artist
so cute! :*
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