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Fluffie - Angora rabbit by SnowFox102
Fluffie - Angora rabbit
And here’s the bunny. :D The fur on this one is, of course, angora rabbit fur. The ears were fluffed with reverse barb needles and a slicker brush, since some angoras have long fur on their ears.

Fluffies will soon be available in my Etsy shop, though custom ones can be ordered now if you have something specific in mind. :)
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Fluffie - Snow Leopard by SnowFox102
Fluffie - Snow Leopard

This was supposed to be a snow leopard, I’m not sure what it turned into. It’s still pretty cute though.

Fur is Huacaya alpaca, the markings are Copic marker. The tail was fluffed up with inverted barb needles and a slicker brush, because it’s too thin to root fur into effectively.

Currently I’m working on an angora rabbit Fluffie, and I’m going to make a lion and serpent dragon soon. :D I’m hoarding the ones that aren’t commissions and will put them all up on Etsy at the same time.

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Fluffie - Black Faced Lancashire by SnowFox102
Fluffie - Black Faced Lancashire
As my first commissioned Fluffie, this cute little guy has a special place in my heart. The request was for a sheep Fluffie based on the black faced Lancashire breed, which has a dark face and legs, and white wool. The orange eyes were part of the request too.

The base shape was needle felted from Rambouillet wool, and the longer fluffed fiber is a blend of Corriedale and Merino.
Time taken: Roughly four hours.
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Fluffy felted sheep by SnowFox102
Fluffy felted sheep
The second Fluffie I made, which I gave to my cousin who always liked the sheep I made. This was my second attempt at rooting fur using this method I stumbled across recently. I actually didn't intend for this to be so fluffy, but it ended up working really well anyway. :P The fur is a blend of Merino and Corriedale, and the texture was accomplished by pinching little clumps and digging my fingers in and rubbing them around. The result was a bumpy texture similar to the way wool looks when it's on the sheep.
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Fluffy Rowsdower and Warpig by SnowFox102
Fluffy Rowsdower and Warpig

Pics of what I’m calling “Fluffies” for lack of a better name. :P These guys are animals from WildStar, but I also want to make real animals in this style, and pretty much anything else. I’m going to make more WildStar critters too, especially the mounts and their rare variants. 8D

Fluffies the size of the rowsdower (the goat) I’m planning to offer at $35. The warpig turned out a lot smaller than I intended, though I might do the same designs at that size at a lower price point. They’re all supposed to be palm sized like the sheep I made before, though. Even though he's just a warpiglet, I'm really happy with the warpig. Something that has more eyes than legs really shouldn't be that cute. :P

Feel free to suggest animals for me to make like this! I want to make an alpaca, an angora rabbit, and moths and jumping spiders. :D

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SnowFox102
Maya Remblai
Artist | Professional | Artisan Crafts
United States
Current Residence: The deep south, y'all.
Favourite genre of music: Whatever's playing on my favorite video games ;)
Favourite style of art: Anime inspired mostly.
Operating System: Windows 7
MP3 player of choice: Some version of WinAmp
Wallpaper of choice: Stuff I make myself usually.
Favourite cartoon character: I don't really have a single favorite...
Interests
Now accepting a few needle felting commissions! I can't really give an outline of prices (besides ponies), because each is different. Bear in mind though, that needle felting doesn't use molds or patterns, and takes a good deal of time. 6" tall ponies start at $70. Posables are my specialty, but I can also make non-posables and other simple things.

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bluebomer Featured By Owner Jun 22, 2014  Student Artist
may i have a doll too ^^
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CSINorman Featured By Owner Jun 9, 2014  Hobbyist
Hi there, I was wondering how you figure out what price to put on your work?
Like I want to make needle felted ponies, and have no idea what sort of price range they would be worth ^^;
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SnowFox102 Featured By Owner Jun 9, 2014  Professional Artisan Crafter
I use a minor variation of this formula on Etsy. I tweaked it slightly because my material costs are very low, but otherwise it's pretty much the same. It's not easy sticking to it, because I have a tendency to under price. ^^; But it's important to stick to it, because to under price isn't fair to you or other artists.
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laurilolly-crafts Featured By Owner Apr 17, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist

Heyy, i'm doing a giveaway - here's a link if you're interested  

 

laurilolly.deviantart.com/jour…

 

its my first time doing one and I have no idea how I can get people involved :/

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The-Nutkase Featured By Owner Feb 6, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Wow, I just love the detail you manage to put into your needle felted critters! As someone who has recently picked up the media, I can really appreciate the amazing work you do!

Hope you don't mind another watcher! :D
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littlestwings Featured By Owner Jan 27, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Your ponies are really something else - gorgeous work! I can't wait to see more of your work in the future. Keep on being awesome!
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EmR0304 Featured By Owner Dec 16, 2013  Professional Artisan Crafter
omg your needle felted ponies are adorable and amazing! *WATCH* :D

Any chance you do art trades?? :)
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SnowFox102 Featured By Owner Dec 16, 2013  Professional Artisan Crafter
Hehe thanks. :D Well I have done trades a couple of times in the past, but right now I have to use my work as a means of making a living so I'm not going to be doing any trades any time soon, sorry. D:
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EmR0304 Featured By Owner Dec 16, 2013  Professional Artisan Crafter
I understand. Im in the same situation now, after losing my job art is my only income now. but I just love these so much. lol :D
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carnations1995 Featured By Owner Nov 15, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
can I just say how amazing your needle felt plushies are!
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