Thursday, November 20, 2008

Troll almost done

Yesterday I decided to finally finish my troll. So yesterday afternoon and most of today I worked on this here little troll. He doesn't have a name yet and he definitely needs something else?!?

I had so much fun digging through saved clothes to decide what he might like. I even found a night gown and pair of jeans that belonged to Hanna my daughter when she was a little girl.

I may not cut those up for anything, I may just save them.

10 comments:

Rosina Lippi said...

How big is this guy? I'm wondering if you found stockings to fit him, or constructed those out of remnants. They suit him.

I just recently finished your Shorty from the pattern, though he turned out somewhat off kilter. I haven't got the knack of rounding the nose the way you do, yet. Here's the link if you'd like to take a look at him when he was almost done: http://www.saralaughs.com/littlepeople

Fran said...

OOOOOOOO! He's soooooooo CUTE!! makes me want to reach in and pick him up. :-)

Colleen said...

I love the face on this troll. I'd love to insert eyes like this. I adore the clothes, the stripes and colours are great!

UteV said...

Thanks for the comments! This little troll measures 8" seated. His tights are made from a shirt I found at the thrift Store. His sweater is a sleeve of a wool sweater and his hair is teddy bear mohair.

Gufobardo said...

Bellissimo! I love colors and shapes, very very sweet!

Liesl said...

So good to find and see you again, seems I´ve lost that webadress !!! I love that little Troll Ute !!! Has he found a new home allready ??? Let´s talk :o)
Fairy hugs, Silke / Liesl

many_eyes said...

I found your blog through Stephanie's Gufobardo blog. I love your trolls! Trolls are wonderful. I'm only made one (polymer clay) but I hope to make many more.

I am going to follow your blog.

Barbara

sjonesdesigns said...

Your work is wonderful and this one is precious! I love the face and hair. I will be following you as I love trolls!

Stephanie

Pam said...

Love the troll-the colors and expression are perfect! Will there be a pattern for this? I hope I hope!

Anonymous said...

I think he looks like a Marty (as in Feldman, but without the globulous eys). Yes, definately a Marty.
Like all your work he,is full of character and cute!
Denise