I gave Bearracht to my dad for Christmas. Poor wee bear had so many new techniques inflicted upon him! I was making him alongside Rudy and trying out double neck joints, as well as elbow and wrist joints for the first time. I also did my first 4 piece body (in for a penny, in for a pound with these techniques for me ;o) ) As I finished him at 2 am Christmas day, I didn’t get chance for a photo shoot before he went south with dad, so he got out his light tent and took some photos for me today, and here they are:
On the giveaway front, sewing has begun…
What a fantastic bear soooo full of character
He is a masterpiece. He is truly amazing. I love the facial expression and his "wave".
Well Prudence, he is a very characterful addition to our hug.
He has settled in well and enjoys playing football (soccer to you) with Spike, Bill and Winzerbär our resident Austrian wine making bear.
Now that the snow has gone they can really run about though the trail of muddy paw marks can be a little annoying, even if I do tell them time and again to wipe their paws on the doormat. And I have to take a stiff brush to untangle their fur too, though they seem to enjoy that part.
Hi Mr. Alan,
Boys – yuck, they are so messy. )o: And they don't care if they are dirty. Dirt – evil.
He is adorable Katy. It is so great to have a bear you can try new things on. And then to have someone who you know will love him is even better. I love all the techniques you have used, especially the arm joints, very inventive.
Such a beautiful, cute Bearracht! Great gift for your dad!
Thank you all :o)
your daddy is so proud to have this loving bear by her girl with sleepless night!
that's so true which a bear artist creates love ^O^
A beautiful bear!!
Hugs from the Netherlands,
He's gorgeous Katy, such an expressive face and I love his big feet!
Hugs, Nicki, xx