Gwynlin is young slender beautiful fairy, deep in
her thoughts, and kind of sad too.
She didn't tell me why she is sad, so quietly is she wandering along
her home pond in the marshlands,
and flying over the swallow green water. She is deep in her thoughts,
looking so sensitive and delicate,
making one wanting to protect her from all the sorrows of the world...
Gwynlin has light green sheer organza costume, with small skirt
and a corset-like top.
The costume is decorated with micro glitter, golden yarn and
Her light carrot-red hair is soft and curly tibetan mohair. I
have put a lot of work on her hairstyle,
it has a braid, and tied netting on her hear. She wears a
silver head jewellery with faux gem.
Gwynlin has long light green/golden veined wings which are decorated
with micro glitter.
The wings are gently pose able, but not detachable. Her eyes
and light green,
and they are glazed to get very living expression in them. I
have painted them with quality heat-set oil colors.
eyelashes made of lambswool in her beautiful sad eyes.
has four very thin translucent layers of colourwash with heat-set oil
achieve very living and fleshy tone of skin. She even has some slightly
on her hands and feet.
She is standing on a small beautiful driftwood base.
There is a brass tube in her right leg all the way to her hip, and the
base has steal rod
which fits the tube, and she can be taken off from her base.
Her armature is made of twisted strong silver-plated copper, and she
has wires all the
way through her fingertips
to make them really strong. The armature is secured with utmost strong
epoxy putty to get the most strength.
Her every muscle, bone and all the tiniest details are hand sculpted by
from professional quality polymer clay. She is one of a kind (OOAK)
creature, and will never be duplicated.
She is 17 cm (6 1/4"") in height from her head to her heel, and the
overall height with base is 21 cm (8 1/4").
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