He looks awesome! That hair is amazing, I love how it turned out!
Re: the feet, try this technique that I hit upon when having the same problem: use a pet slicker to pull apart some acrylic yarn into acrylic "roving." Then use a felting needle to gently felt bits of it into the tops of the feet. It's a MUCH more subtle look than 100% brushed and definitely does not look like worms, LOL.
If you used wool yarn, use wool roving/shredded yarn. Acrylic does not like wool and wool does not like acrylic, but they both felt pretty readily with their own kind. I use felting needles with acrylic + acrylic, and acrylic + shredded acrylic all the time and it works great!
I did this for the "stubble" on my CLU 2.0 doll from TRON: Legacy:
(More angles and stuff here: http://www.ravelry.com/projects/queenofcrows/clu-20
I also did it for the stubble and chest pelt of this doll of Varric, from Dragon Age 2
(Sorry for the big pics, I don't wanna threadjack! The detail is just hard to see in smaller ones. I think it might give you the look you're going for, though, fuzzy but not wormy.)