Made him because cryptid shenanigins.
Had a whole phase of it all.
This doll was where I introduced myself to wettings. Because I sure as hell would not make those wings otherwise. Made a single tile and then cut it up. So it's of that as the wings dont have hemmed edges. Eventually the wings will fall apart. in a similar fashion as the fauna named origins.
Don't touch the wings. Doll or real.
I spend a good several hours on sculpting the tiddy pecs and bicep muscles because I'm not a shmuck who wouldn't do a non-buff mothy. And ya can't even SEE those details because the phone camera blends in the black wool with shadows.
(Don't mind the white lines. thats just how the croppings went.)
It all began with a skeleton, a paper clip bent and held together with very thin wire.
Then some scrappy wool was used to overlay the skeleton. Like how one has meat ontop of bones.
After putting a good amount of the scrappy wool on, was I able to put the actual colors down.
Because after the meat, there is the skin on top. fur and/or feathers in this case.
Maybe here yall can see the shape of tiddy boob pec two in that one shot over there.
And here was where I did my first wetting tile. From that I cut out the wings, poke some holes to give that tattering look.
Put in some finishing details, like an entire head.
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAaand there ya go. An entire manbug.
but not of the kafka variety.