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Maya Remblai
« on: November 05, 2011 03:47:37 PM »

I freely admit that I am a huge geek, and my friends are aware of this. When I picked up needle felting about two months ago, a friend suggested I make a Gazimon for an art trade with him. So I did. It was my first complex figure. Cheesy



More recently, I started another Gazimon because someone on deviantART wanted one, but the proportions fit Renamon better, so I went with it. Cheesy



They're both a few inches tall, with wire through them for posing. Neither have any paint or marker on them, all the details are felted! I'm not sure how long they took, I don't time myself. For me, time is cheap, it's energy I don't have a lot of. That's why I like needle felting, I can do it anywhere, anytime, even if I don't feel well. (I have fibromyalgia) I made each of them over the course of a few days though, so maybe around 10 hours each. I'm not at all sure though.

The Gazimon already has a home, but I'm hoping to sell Renamon and some future figures. If you really want to see my first couple of needle felted experiments, and a list of stuff I have in progress, check my dA page. Smiley
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« Reply #1 on: November 05, 2011 04:33:55 PM »

Very nice!  I love how smooth your felt is!
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