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Needle felted Tiger by mysticalis Needle felted Tiger by mysticalis
Yet another needle felted creation.
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RegulaDestroya Featured By Owner Dec 9, 2013
I love tigers!!! 
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ArcticIceWolf Featured By Owner Jul 15, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Really awesome!
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LegendofVelotron Featured By Owner Feb 10, 2012
Same question as ~foxy-yazoo! Stunning!
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foxy-yazoo Featured By Owner Aug 17, 2009
Holy WOW... just, OMG that's amazing! How did you get the body to look so smooth? The transition from the neck to the chest is just AMAZING, and the stripes are SO well done! I'm so faving this XD
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kez245 Featured By Owner Aug 3, 2008
Wow amazing, how do you get it so fine?
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gryphonsshadow Featured By Owner Jul 15, 2008  Student Traditional Artist
cool how do you make it felt tipped.
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Liaranne Featured By Owner Feb 28, 2007
Beautiful job - I love the details!
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:iconmysticalis:
mysticalis Featured By Owner Mar 2, 2007   Artisan Crafter
Oh thanks. Needlefelting is really fun to do, but I found I am allergic to wool, or at least the lanolin, so I am trying to find an alternative fiber at the moment.
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Liaranne Featured By Owner Mar 2, 2007
I needle felt for a hobby, myself. Being allergic to the lanolin would certainly put a damper on things. I don't know of any alternate fibers for felting, though, unfortunately.
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mysticalis Featured By Owner Mar 2, 2007   Artisan Crafter
Actually I've tried alpaca and it worked. It doesn't felt as easily, and I doubt you can wet felt it very well, but needle felting works fine. Mohair also works, but it's quite as good as the alpaca.
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trashRider Featured By Owner Nov 12, 2006
that is really awesome.
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Somasenja Featured By Owner Aug 11, 2006
Stunning needlefelting! Such detail! How big is he? and How did you manage the fluff around his jaw and ears?
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mysticalis Featured By Owner Aug 16, 2006   Artisan Crafter
Thanks! Um I think he was about 4 or 5 inches high. The fluff just came from felting one end of a tuft of wool in and leaving the other end sticking out. Then trimmed to size.
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Somasenja Featured By Owner Aug 17, 2006
He is absolutely brilliantly done! Wow!
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MoZaki Featured By Owner Apr 24, 2006
wow! that is so cool!
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eyefeather Featured By Owner Apr 22, 2006  Professional General Artist
Beautiful work! :clap:
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Boggleboy Featured By Owner Apr 22, 2006  Professional Traditional Artist
Did you felt the stripes in or did you paint them? Wonderful and stunningly detailed Julie!!!!
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:iconmysticalis:
mysticalis Featured By Owner Apr 26, 2006   Artisan Crafter
Definitely felted them in.
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Boggleboy Featured By Owner May 3, 2006  Professional Traditional Artist
Wow!
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Patteee Featured By Owner Apr 22, 2006
OMG Now this fellow must have taken some time...eh?
He's beautiful~
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vaia Featured By Owner Apr 22, 2006  Professional Digital Artist
Wonderful! :clap:
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chirashi Featured By Owner Apr 22, 2006
How pretty! It's so delicately detailed, too. Bravo! :thumbsup: :D
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Bloody-glacier Featured By Owner Apr 22, 2006  Hobbyist Interface Designer
you must have a huge amount of felt , very well done, i've never tried needle felting before but my mum tells me its hard :clap:
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