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After Halloween, I had a bunch of spare stuff to go through. Had enough pvc to make a small armature and a mask for his head. Did some thrift store shopping for the boots and pants, some layered creepy cloth for texture, an old leather belt adorned with bells, bones, a dagger and raccoon tail. The staff has a coyote skull top and his lantern is made from a jar. The faux fur is from Joann fabrics. Still have some details to add and need to tweak his pose a bit but it’s a fun project to while away the winter days.
 

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He looks like an evil skinny cousin to Hoggle (??) in Labyrinth.
 

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Looks great jdubbya! Nice way to pass the time!
Thanks! I have a few spider hill joints in him as well! Was actualy going to reach out to you as I'd like to make another one but in a crouching or squatting position. Trying to figure out the positioning of the knees and pelvis.
 
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Everything, the clothes, the size, the mask modifications.....WOW!
I love it.
Thanks! He's just a shade over 4 ft tall. I plan to use him in a witch scene in the next year or so. I have the problem of making props that I won't necessarily use for a while but it's a good problem to have I guess!:)
 
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Pretty cool right there. I have a Goblin head I started about 10 years ago and never finished....I still have it up in the attic. That's the white unpainted head, lower right..

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