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Commission's Open!

Thu Dec 18, 2014, 2:34 PM



I am very happy to announce commissions are now open!
(if you want a commission contact me via a NOTE)
Prices start at $260au plus postage and average at around $300au plus postage for something the size of a cat.

Prices are given depending on what you want, how complicated it is – things like feathered wings and poseable jaws cost $60au extra. Size only slightly affects the price, I avoid make anything bigger than a cat as postage costs go up dramatically (but that’s up to you) and I try not to go really small as you lose detail. 

I accept long term payment plans and one off payments – whatever works best for you. Some people do weekly or monthly installments some people pay in one shot. Once the full agreed amount has been paid I post the art doll to you. 
I try to only take payments through Paypal as they offer protection for both buyer and seller. In terms of buyer protection paypal will refund you (the buyer) if you don’t receive your item or the item is “significantly not as described”. This ensures you are protected and I am not some naughty scam artist. I find it is also an easy way to keep track of payments. 

When you confirm you would like a commission made you will go onto the waiting list. These will be made in an orderly fashion starting at the first person to place an order. With one exception, people who have paid in full will have priority over those who are still paying via a payment plan.

I can give you shipping quotes but need to know what country you live in (or want it posted too).

Note: why does it cost so much? because everything it truly "one of a kind". I dye a lot of the fabrics myself and from start to finish it normally takes me somewhere between 18/30hours work, so after I pay 15% tax and for materials it well and truly puts me on less than the Australian minimum wage. 

(if you want a commission contact me via a NOTE)

I hope this has helped, Let me know if you are interested or have any questions and have a wonderful day!


My Life Update:

I am very happy at the success of my kick-starter ending in 5 days! 

Its so close to Christmas and I cant wait to spend an entire day eating! 
I wish you all a healthy, happy and safe Christmas and New Year! 


Meet A Wonderful Artist:

Check out the wonderful work of  Ewgeny Hontor !

Humans  Holiday By Hontor-d7htrm9 by little-miss-woolf

The wonderful work of  Ewgeny Hontor !

Ooak Creatures By Laida Feliya By Hontor-d7v1in8 by little-miss-woolf

The wonderful work of  Ewgeny Hontor !

Black Squirrel Life Size Iii By Hontor-d6xb5vj by little-miss-woolf


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Rhiannon Woolf
Artist | Professional | Artisan Crafts
I’m a fully self taught Australian artist whose work is handcrafted from start to finish and comes purely from my own imagination.
My aim is to create semi realistic fantasy creatures that can be posed. As I only started teaching myself how to make them a few months ago (beginning of 2014), I have so much wonderful learning ahead of me!

It is my dream to one day make art my career and I know it is a silly big dream but if you're going to dream, why not dream big

Keep an eye out at my Ebay page for Auction Adoptions :
And enjoy the art on my new exciting Facebook page:

© - all of my art is copyrighted under the Australian Copyright Act. Do not use without permission.

Have a most marvelous day and god bless


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SummerIce529 Featured By Owner 18 hours ago  Hobbyist General Artist
These animals are UNCANNILY REALISTIC. I love them!
donatello15 Featured By Owner 1 day ago   Artist

PlueCanisMinor Featured By Owner Edited 2 days ago  New member Student Photographer
Cool animals ^-^ I liked the small fox with a squirrel tail and antlers.
SapphiraValkyrie Featured By Owner 3 days ago  New member Hobbyist General Artist
Your work is such an inspiration! I'm about to attempt my first creature because I was so inspired sparkle emote 

Anyway I just had one (probably) more question. How do you make movable jaws?
little-miss-woolf Featured By Owner 2 days ago  Professional Artisan Crafter
:fangirl-wave: hello and thank you so much! it means a lot you like my work Emoticon: Bow 
:La: in Love with :Dummy: yay! I am so happy you are making a creature! moving jaws lets see: I make the top and bottom half separately, normally I completely sculpt the top half and bake it 90%. Before baking I use thick wire to create two holes where the lower cheeks are. I then use the top jaw as a guide and sculpt the bottom half to fit, I use wire to create a hole that goes all the way through the bottom jaw (the holes must match the holes from the top jaw) bake the bottom half 90%. Once baked I take both top and bottom halves and position them together, I use thick wire and push it through the holes previously created ( this is where the jaw will swivel from). 
Note: before baking i take a magnet and put it in both the top and bottom jaw so it will stay closed when shut. 
I hope this has helped (or made sense!) Good luck and have fun! Caramel dansen emote 
SapphiraValkyrie Featured By Owner Edited 2 days ago  New member Hobbyist General Artist
Thankyou! Tackling hug 

Just when you say a hole that goes all the way through the bottom jaw, which way do you mean?
CocoaCutie178 Featured By Owner 3 days ago  Hobbyist General Artist
WOW! This stuff is beautiful :)
little-miss-woolf Featured By Owner 2 days ago  Professional Artisan Crafter
:excited: thank you so much! 
TabbyAngelCake Featured By Owner 4 days ago  Hobbyist General Artist
Oh I'm so sorry about your dog :sad: I hope your ok, and don't worry, you will see your sweetie again in heavenHeart 
CocoaCutie178 Featured By Owner 3 days ago  Hobbyist General Artist
Omg, that's so sad! Sorry for your loss :(

And TabbyAngelCake, its very nice of you to comment that ;)
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