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A commission for the talented Bernice Gordon, of her character Gudrun! Gudrun was tough on a number of levels. Finding the line between obviously human facial features, rabbit and fawn while maintaining a sort of forest-spirity vibe took some doing.
Secondly trying to maintain the androgyny of the original (Gudrun has no gender) was an interesting challenge - hopefully we got close! Wii also needed to be able to stand bipedally or quad. That was about the easiest part to manage!

Gudrun’s, hands and feet are sculpted originals, painted and sealed and assembled using ball and socket armature for a nice realistic range of motion. Gudrun’s body is faux fur, with wefted accents and a super fluffy chest & tail that I am particularly fond of (the term fuzzbutt may have been tossed around!).
Character & design belong to Gudrun’s creator, Bernice Gordon.
This one was a pleasure to work on, thank you Bernice!

OMG OMG OMG
OMG
WOW HOLY MOLY
I CANNOT
WOW
EVERYONE WORSHIP THESE AMAZING DUO OF TALENTED AND DIVINE BEINGS.
I am at work, an I cannot stop flailing.. this is going to get around here for SURE!!!

holy shit
Holy shit man! omg omg omg! i wanna give them berry offerings

…can I request blackberries? Bones says strawberries are also acceptable offerings. Just leave the can of whipped cream too thanks.

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A commission for the talented Bernice Gordon, of her character Gudrun! Gudrun was tough on a number of levels. Finding the line between obviously human facial features, rabbit and fawn while maintaining a sort of forest-spirity vibe took some doing.
Secondly trying to maintain the androgyny of the original (Gudrun has no gender) was an interesting challenge - hopefully we got close! Wii also needed to be able to stand bipedally or quad. That was about the easiest part to manage!

Gudrun’s, hands and feet are sculpted originals, painted and sealed and assembled using ball and socket armature for a nice realistic range of motion. Gudrun’s body is faux fur, with wefted accents and a super fluffy chest & tail that I am particularly fond of (the term fuzzbutt may have been tossed around!).
Character & design belong to Gudrun’s creator, Bernice Gordon.
This one was a pleasure to work on, thank you Bernice!

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Tried to add this last night, but alas photoshop was feeling uncooperative. Now that its sorted, these swatches should give you an idea of what each plated snek colour scheme will look like. Please bear in mind that monitor calibration isn’t universal, so the colours may differ slightly from what you’re seeing.

As always, you can see a variety of these colour schemes in our past work either here, on facebook, or website, DA or Weasyl.

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Now serving numbah two!

This serene squiggly is a plated snek, so named for its overlapping boney plates. Again this design is part of our studio sale, and thus is a limited edition which will not be available as regular stock.

These guys are roughly 20.5” long (some a tad longer depending on the fur involved), and armatured with a flexible spine that lets ‘em pose in any old which-way. They can be wound around your neck, arm, hat, bag strap, lamp post, fridge door, twig collection, deep fryer handle (okay not that. No one likes a greasy snek.)… or just about anything else you can think of.  These guys are handmade with cast resin faces from our original sculpt. Please note that studio sale designs are made-to-order, and no two will be exactly alike.

Plated sneks will be available to order until Oct. 1st, OR until the edition is sold out.

Questions? Comments? Wondering why I have a collection of twigs? Email us: wormsandbones@gmail.com

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A huge thank you to everyone who responded; the commission spots are now taken! For those who missed out on these slots, we’ll be posting another studio sale design later on tonight.

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A huge thank you to everyone who responded; the commission spots are now taken! For those who missed out on these slots, we’ll be posting another studio sale design later on tonight.

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Anonymous said: Can you make a harpy it's a woman's face and a birds shaped body it's Greek and roman like a cockatrice please make one!

This is our favorite harpy, right here, although we love harpies in general. We even have a pseudo-OC that happened during a conversation with friends that’s a harpy librarian.

Its something we’d like to do in future, but its not on the books in the NEAR future.

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Commission Slots Available Herehttp://wormsandbones.comCommissions aren’t something we do anymore, (well, unless you’re family and you twist our arm really hard) so these two slots are going to be the ONLY commission openings available in the foreseeable future.What can a commission be?Well, it has to exist. I mean… in your head at least. We can work from text, images, combinations of both, inspiration boards, or simple directives like, ‘yellow/pig/horns/feathers’. Actually we’d be stoked to make a yellow horned/feathered pig.If you have an original character that you’d like translated into doll form, we can do that. If you just have a vague idea you think would be cool, we can do that. Other than that, its up to you. And physics, because we obey the laws of physics around here.The two commission slots are priced slightly differently to accommodate different features, but we can work with you if you’re not sure your idea fits the criteria listed.As always if you’d like to check with us first, you’re welcome to drop us a line. And by us, I mean Bones, because she’s better at emails than I am. wormsandbones@gmail.com

Commission Slots Available Here
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Commissions aren’t something we do anymore, (well, unless you’re family and you twist our arm really hard) so these two slots are going to be the ONLY commission openings available in the foreseeable future.

What can a commission be?
Well, it has to exist. I mean… in your head at least. We can work from text, images, combinations of both, inspiration boards, or simple directives like, ‘yellow/pig/horns/feathers’. Actually we’d be stoked to make a yellow horned/feathered pig.

If you have an original character that you’d like translated into doll form, we can do that. If you just have a vague idea you think would be cool, we can do that.
Other than that, its up to you. And physics, because we obey the laws of physics around here.

The two commission slots are priced slightly differently to accommodate different features, but we can work with you if you’re not sure your idea fits the criteria listed.

As always if you’d like to check with us first, you’re welcome to drop us a line. And by us, I mean Bones, because she’s better at emails than I am.
wormsandbones@gmail.com

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Been a while since we posted any of these guys. These cheerful little deaders are gen. 2 voodoos, handmade from skull to toe bone. Each skull, hand and foot is cast resin from our original sculpts, hand painted and sealed. Their pudgy little bodies are faux fur, stuffed with evil polyfill  (no armature in these fellas).

The poisonous green lookin’ jerk there is a UV reactive resin, that will fluoresce in black light…. which will be helpful if you ever lose him in er, a funhouse I guess!


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One of those questions…

"Where do you buy the heads and feet?"
We get variations on this all the time, both online and at conventions, and I’m still a bit stumped by the question.

On the one hand, I like that it implies there’s a level of quality there that people associate with larger scale production. On the other, I wonder what makes it so hard to believe an item would be handmade?

In person, I can see where the disparity between the scads of cute fuzzy little jerks and the figure behind the table, desperately clutching a coffee cup, frizzy haired with her shoulders up around her ears from the sheer tension might lie. Bless Bones for being the ‘together’ one at out cons! She makes it look easy.

On the internet, its tougher to understand.
I tend to chalk it up to people no longer being used to the idea that things get made by people, and don’t just appear fully packaged and ready to roll on Walmart shelves. But really, I just don’t know!

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http://wormsandbones.comFirst studio sale design is up!
This guy is basically our excuse to make large functional wings, I won’t lie. He’s available in ten different colour schemes, including artist’s choice, which is a bit like the russian roulette of custom orders. What, don’t you trust us? *tents fingers*He features full articulation, wings and all, and will be able to hang onto things with those front feet as well. He is a limited edition - this design will be available for purchase between now and Oct. 1st OR until it sells out. Once the edition is sold out, there will be no more made.Any questions at all, please do drop us a line wormsandbones@gmail.com.

http://wormsandbones.com

First studio sale design is up!

This guy is basically our excuse to make large functional wings, I won’t lie. He’s available in ten different colour schemes, including artist’s choice, which is a bit like the russian roulette of custom orders. What, don’t you trust us? *tents fingers*

He features full articulation, wings and all, and will be able to hang onto things with those front feet as well.

He is a limited edition - this design will be available for purchase between now and Oct. 1st OR until it sells out. Once the edition is sold out, there will be no more made.

Any questions at all, please do drop us a line wormsandbones@gmail.com.