Unfortunately, I lost the patience to finish the flocking properly, so its been set aside for the time being. Im too ashamed to show its current state, close up, particularly round the face. Its terrifying! You need self discipline and patience to do this kind of work, and I currently have lost it on this project. But it will come back, eventually.
|A very rudimentary dog head.|
|And its body.|
|Many hours later and ready for the oven. A bit sadistic this bit...|
|Surprise! Quite a jump from the rudimentary head and body. No photos to show the progress, i was too busy filing, sanding and needle poking etc. The nose is slightly too big, exaggerated by the cameras macro setting, also adding to the "too big".|
|A slightly different angle. From front paws to the tops of the ears, she stands 4.4 cm.|
|A bad paint job, but will be covered in flocking anyway.|
|The real dog, sadly not the finished 1:12 dog.|