This is a unicorn posable plush doll that stands at 10 inches at the top of the head. As shown in the picture above, the legs, neck, and tail are posable. The legs and head are made from clay with a wire armature running through them. And the clay "bones" enable realistic movement and posture. The rest of the body is filled with polyester stuffing and covered in imitation stretch velvet and faux fur.
Any helpful critiques would be appreciated I underestimated the stretchiness of the fabric so the body length is a bit short. But hey, since it's a fantasy creature, it's anatomy should be a little different from a horse's.
Wow, unique piece
Really awesome anatomy! Beautiful work!
Wow, this is very well done! Great work
Very cool, love the face. Great piece
I use a pattern that I make up myself. I actually use a picture of a horse as a reference, and if I'm looking for breed-specific proportions, I trace the outline of the body, legs, and neck for a basis for my pattern, and then make a few tweaks here and there to shape it into the correct form.
I use wire and clay for the legs, using stuffing to fill in the gaps, making sure that they are still quite bendable but is still able to hold the animal upright.
The head is made of sculpted clay attached to a bendable wire in the neck, and the head was covered in the same fabric used on the body.
Holly mother...this is AMAZING! Never seen anything like this before! It almost looks like it was real! haha im very impressed, you made an excellent job right there!
I really like your style! How you bring out the anatomy is really amazing If I remember right I saw you made also a wonderfull horned beast, forgot to fave it, but I was deeply impressed how sculpturelike your plushwork looks!