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Thunder Jay Studio in the world

Thunder Jay Studio in the world

My table at Faeriecon East 2016!

Thunder Jay Studio in the world

Thunder Jay Studio in the world

DeLand Indie Craft Market setup

Thunder Jay Studio in the world

Thunder Jay Studio in the world

Hannibal Square Art Market setup

Obby the Draraab

Obby the Draraab

He lights up~~~

Oppugner Leeds the Jersey Devil

Oppugner Leeds the Jersey Devil

Jersey Devils are often described with long goat faces... this is probably because their long beaks are hard to make out in the dark and with the horrifying screams all around you.

Oppugner Leeds (detail)

Oppugner Leeds (detail)

A close up of his hands. Too many joints. Creepy fingers are creepy.

Oppugner Leeds the Devil of Jersey

Oppugner Leeds the Devil of Jersey

I might live in Florida, but I get the occasional northern snowbird.

Oppugner Leeds

Oppugner Leeds

big flappers!

Teggo the Goblin

Teggo the Goblin

Dreads and Goblins go together like fisheyes and glue.

New Wing Design

New Wing Design

My pastel Keeple got a wing re-do, don't these look sharp?!

Blue Keeple

Blue Keeple

This face is so serene.

Boffo the Bauer's Troll

Boffo the Bauer's Troll

Mohawks for life.

Gargth the Bauer's Troll

Gargth the Bauer's Troll

Ain't he sweet?

Harabrag the Bauer's Troll

Harabrag the Bauer's Troll

For some reason, Harabrag reminds me of Bilbo Baggins...

Oppugner Leeds (Side)

Oppugner Leeds (Side)

A side view of my Jersey Devil.

LED BranchMen

LED BranchMen

These guys are so magical, it's really amazing what a little hidden electronic wizardry can do. The LED lights in these fade in and out at random, like fireflies. Medium: Polymer clay, faux leaves, real sticks, electronic bits

Baby Troll

Baby Troll

Little baby troll, will you grow up to be a goat-eater? Still up for adoption, Check the link! Medium: Polymer clay, textiles

Keeple

Keeple

The Keeple are my own made-up race of fae beings. They are the Keeper People, and their sole purpose in life is to hold small objects in their bags to protect them from loss. They have no magic of their own and depend on the magic of human creation to fuel their lives. This is why they offer to hold things, jewlery and things crafted by human hands are what they most seek, but anything with meaning ascribed to it by their attached human will do. Medium: Faux fur, hand painted resin cast parts

Baby Troll

Baby Troll

Trolls really are my favorite, this little guy is just sooo sweet, I almost don't want to put him up for adoption... But he is, for now.

Fae Babies

Fae Babies

The six babies from the first wave of bundle babies I made. The bogan and the faun have found their homes, but the pumpkin faeries, the troll, and the goblin are still up for adoption! Medium: Polymer clay, faux leaves, textiles

3-Eyed Bogans

3-Eyed Bogans

Big bogan doesn't know what to do with baby bogan. Medium: Polymer clay, faux fur, textiles

Amhuig the 3-Eyed Bogan

Amhuig the 3-Eyed Bogan

Being a badass and scaring people since there were people to scare. Medium: Polymer clay, faux fur, textiles Amuhig lives with the wonderful Kimberly of The Goblin Bazaar, you should check her out at the link attached:

Well now...

Well now...

3-Eyed Bogans are still perfectly capable of shapeshifting like normal bogans... but who would need to when that third eye can peer right into your soul and ask you the most terrible questions? Medium: Polymer clay, faux fur, textiles

Amhuig

Amhuig

Why yes, he is majestic. Now watch out, or he'll turn into a spider and jump at you. Medium: Polymer clay, faux fur, textiles

Hindberry the Hobgoblin

Hindberry the Hobgoblin

At your service! Medium: Polymer clay, faux leaves, textiles, leather, wool roving

Hindberry The Hobgoblin

Hindberry The Hobgoblin

Oh, me? Just collecting a leaf or two. Medium: Polymer clay, faux leaves, textiles, leather, wool roving

Hindberry

Hindberry

Hobgoblins are clever creatures, fond of standing on one foot and being general hams. They are a subset of Goblin that is a little bit easier to get along with, MUCH less dangerous, and a bit silly to watch. Fair warning though, a slighted Hob can be more terrifying than any goblin ever could be. After all, a hob was your friend first, and when a friend turns on you... Well. Medium: Polymer clay, faux leaves, textiles, leather, wool roving

Hindberry

Hindberry

Well-wishes and merry met, humans! Medium: Polymer clay, faux leaves, textiles, leather, wool roving

Clarette The Bean Tighe

Clarette The Bean Tighe

Bean Tighes are kindly old fae women, who are most likely to be found helping with household chores. When the lady of the house (though these days it's sometimes the lord's job to keep the house) cannot finish her daily duties to keep the house in order, Bean Tighes step in with their white hair and rosy cheeks to pick up the slack. They are good-natured and adore strawberries.

Clarette

Clarette

The firey-headed Clarette is quite young for her standing as a journeywoman. Normally, Bean Tighes are almost entirely white-haired before they start to travel and learn the craft from their aunties. Clarette was a gifted student and her tutor knew she was ready to travel to new places and learn all that the aunties have to teach. This didn't go to Clarette's head, she knows she has a lot to learn (especially about waterspot removal and unseen dusting). Though she is quite proud of her knotting

Clarette

Clarette

Medium: Polymer clay, textiles, leather, Angora goat hair, faux fur

Whorgle the Bubble Thief

Whorgle the Bubble Thief

Whorgle is my loose interpretation of the Russian folk-demon, the vodnik. These water goblins are known for their vicious streaks and anger issues. Said to be the spirits of men or boys who accidentally drowned, these creatures take up residence in lakes and ponds. Vodnik spend most of their time being surly and drowning passerby to trap the unlucky spirits in cups and jars for company. Whorgle kinda sucks at the drowning bit. He likes to shriek and threaten, but he's likely never drowned anyone

Whorgle The Bubble Thief

Whorgle The Bubble Thief

He does enjoy being treated with a theatrical amount of respect, and living with him becomes much easier when you awknowledge him by bowing or removing your hat when you pass him by. Slipping him the occasional sardine doesn’t hurt either. Make sure to keep an eye on him around any pets you might have, he does love to pull at tails and ears and jab his fingers at sensitive noses. Medium: synthetic fleece, faux fur, various textiles

Bauer's Troll Cousins and a Keeple

Bauer's Troll Cousins and a Keeple

Redhead: Gourdarg Bluehead: Hoogburt Fuzzy creature: Keeket the Keeple All seen here have homes!

Hoogburt

Hoogburt

Hoogburt is the younger cousin of Gourdarg, he's not very smart. He IS quite sweet and fun though. Medium: textiles and faux fur, rock accents

Gourdarg

Gourdarg

The older of the Bauer's Troll cousins. He likes cider and farting. Medium: textiles and faux fur, rock accents

Hoogburt

Hoogburt

Just sitting on a rock. Nuttin' fancy-like. Medium: textiles and faux fur, rock accents

Flickr - Gourdarg

Flickr - Gourdarg

Troll in the grass. Medium: textiles and faux fur, rock accents

Hoogburt

Hoogburt

Possibly the cutest Bauer's Troll of all time. Medium: textiles and faux fur, rock accents

Keeket the Keeple

Keeket the Keeple

The original prototype for my race of Keeple. She now lives with a very good friend. Medium: Polymer clay, faux fur

Keeket the Keeple

Keeket the Keeple

Medium: Polymer clay, faux fur

Dark Goes on a Road Trip

Dark Goes on a Road Trip

Dark is the original Prototype for my Dark Faeries... she has a popped thumb seam, but that doesn't seem to slow her down any. Dark is my personal companion, and is constantly getting into trouble. Medium: hand-dyed stretch velvet, faux fur, paper mache.

Dark

Dark

She might look sweet, but she's tied my hair in knots and knocked stuff of tables out of spite more times than I can count. Medium: hand-dyed stretch velvet, faux fur, paper mache.

Troll Siblings

Troll Siblings

Younger Bauer's trolls (you can tell they're younger because their noses are so short) Medium: Textiles

Sister Troll

Sister Troll

She works as a witch's apprentice Medium: textiles

Brother Trol

Brother Trol

He likes to sleep all day. Medium: Textiles

Mr. Deeg Ratterish

Mr. Deeg Ratterish

The first poseable Polymer clay creature I made. He's the quiet kind of goblin... which makes him probably one of the more dangerous types of goblin... why do the problem fae always make it into my personal collection? Medium: Polymer clay, textiles, leather

Mr.Deeg

Mr.Deeg

In profile. Medium: Polymer clay, textiles, leather

Mr. Deeg Ratterish

Mr. Deeg Ratterish

He actually likes the sun. Weird goblin. Medium: Polymer clay, textiles, leather

Lykke the Danish Troll Child

Lykke the Danish Troll Child

So sweet. Danish Trolls may be the least threatening of any troll species. Medium: Synthetic fleece, faux fur, alpaca felt

Gry the Danish Troll Child

Gry the Danish Troll Child

Gry is a shy little one who often speaks in a whisper. Medium: Synthetic fleece, faux fur, alpaca felt

Enoch the Danish Troll Child

Enoch the Danish Troll Child

If you couldn't tell, he kinda likes to climb trees. Medium: Synthetic fleece, faux fur

Fiskia the Danish Troll Child

Fiskia the Danish Troll Child

Loves the ocean, and shells, and salt. Adopted. Medium: Synthetic fleece, faux fur, alpaca felt

Stig the Danish Troll Child

Stig the Danish Troll Child

Smarter than he looks, Is a huge fan of public libraries. Adopted Medium: Synthetic fleece, faux fur

Aksel the Danish Troll Child

Aksel the Danish Troll Child

A punk Troll baby with a green mohawk? You better believe this dude stayed in my personal collection. Medium: Synthetic fleece, faux fur

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Whorgle the Bubble Thief

Whorgle is my loose interpretation of the Russian folk-demon, the vodnik. These water goblins are known for their vicious streaks and anger issues. Said to be the spirits of men or boys who accidentally drowned, these creatures take up residence in lakes and ponds. Vodnik spend most of their time being surly and drowning passerby to trap the unlucky spirits in cups and jars for company. Whorgle kinda sucks at the drowning bit. He likes to shriek and threaten, but he's likely never drowned anyone

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