I have been experimenting with patterns lately and tweaked the mof pattern again. I’m not sure you can tell the different from the old mof pattern but it’s a lot easier to assemble and can be entirely machine stitched so I trust the stitching a lot more. :)
A resin cast head, hand and feet from original sculpts, painted in acrylics and varnished. The wings have stiff interfacing in them and his body is made with cuddlesoft, stuffed with polyester and has steel shot in the bum and end of the arms for weight.
This is not a toy and is not suitable for children, it is a piece of artwork to be proudly displayed in your home.
oh no little floofins
Jacket owned by the Marquis de Beauharnais. First Empire.
This magnificent embroidered jacket belonged to Marquis François de Beauharnais (1756–1846), older brother of Alexander de Beauharnais, Josephine’s first husband. He left the country during the French Revolution but returned to Paris in 1802. After a first diplomatic post with the queen regent of Etruria, from 1806 to 1808, he was appointed ambassador to Spain by Napoleon. This garment is an example of the “French-style jacket”, reminiscent of the court of Versailles, that men were required to wear by First Empire etiquette. — Château de Malmaison: Costume Collection
Alexander McQueen Fall-Winter 2010
spirit: EXCUSE ME CAN YOU SHOW ME TO THE BATHS
haku: yes, of course, one moment please
Tree House Forest by RealNam
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