-to tear at, gnaw on, or drag around with the teeth.
-give way to anxiety or unease; allow one's mind to dwell on difficulty or troubles.
We all have our Worries - especially nowadays. I like to think of my worries like a tiny animal that's blind (so she doesn't really know what's going on) but has big teeth (because she sure can gnaw at me).
These dolls are a full resin pour, nice and heavy in the hand, and can be your little Worry doll. You can put your worries on the shelf, tell it to be quiet, soothe it, or yell at it - whatever makes sense to you.
Just remember, your Worry is a merely a blind little animal that's trying to help, but pretty bad at it. Be sure to give it, and yourself, a break.
Size: Small. approx 3 inches tall.
Full resin pour.
These are nice and heavy. The small size is about 3 inches tall and weighs about 1/4 lb.
Each one is unique and made by hand. Sculpted, cast, poured, and painted by hand. Some slight variations may occur.
The sasquatch coloration is a deep brown base, and lighter brown highlights, with dark pinks on top and around the mouth and white teeth.
Length/Depth: 2 in
Width: 2 in
Height: 3 in
Delivery restrictions may apply: *Includes shipping to the contiguous USA (excluding AK and HI). If you live outside of the contiguous US, please email me for a shipping quote. Sarah@SarahDahlinger.com
I’m Sarah Dahlinger. I draw and sculpt monsters and animals for books, games, and film. I’m also a scientific illustrator focused on vertebrate anatomy. I love making the fanciful look real and believable.
I've created art for ETLOK Studios, Cinemo Galactic, Paizo, Monte Cook Games, Evil Hat Productions, Chaosium, Petersen Games, Metal Weave Games, Alligator Alley Entertainment, Wet Ink Games, Part 12 Studios, Happy Giant, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (for ichthyology), the National Park Service, and the Texas A&M University (for herpetology).
I'm available for contract work.
** Please note: I'll be at DragonCon in Atlanta in 2021. Purchases will be shipped STARTING on September 17th, 2021
This will allow me time to drive home to MA, rest, and get things packaged.