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The Goblin Figure WIP


HW Honey Bear
Not that I can tell. Everything sounds like this is another standalone figure. Not a morph of anything else.


Okay, Now I am not in any way saying this character is not great, it is excellent. But here are some of my thoughts...You have done a great job on the front side but you just sort of let it's back sort of fade off. I want to suggest for one thing the shoulder blades stick out further and define the back more. Did you know the skull is actually sort of several pieces that sort of knit together, but the seams show on little skinny people with bland heads. One last thought a creature like this would be a rather sad creature in some sort of pain, physical or mental....


I can honestly say I have not been looking forward to nor been this excited about an upcoming figure for quite some time. Excellent work!


I can only echo Ghengis Farb's comment. It seems like a while since I added to my Faerie Runtime but this little guy already has his place reserved!

Welcome to Hivewire GhengisFarb! :welcome:


Hmmm, is there a way to use smelling salts or a defibrillator on a thread? Everytime I get an email from Hivewire I look to see if this Goblin is in it. :(
Digital goblin's are just the worse, aren't they, I should warn you though, come Halloween I have some pretty evil clown faces coming....lol