Tuesday, 23 July 2013

Fantasy Amigurumi - Elves

You may have seen from my previous post that I'm working on a series of Fantasy amigurumi characters. I've already designed a pattern to make Halflings, and now my pattern to make Elves is finished. Elves originally came from European mythology and folklore and have now become part of modern fantasy books, films and games.



I've made four different Elves, two male and two female, to give a selection of options for people who want to make their own Elves.

Elf Warrior: He has long blond hair, pulled back into a braid, and a green tunic. He also has a separate hooded cloak and a sword.

 
 
 Elf Archer: He has dark, mid-length hair and a tunic with wrist guards. I made him a cloak and a bow with a quiver full of arrows.



Elf Princess: She has long dark hair with a silver head-dress, and a long blue dress.


Elf Sorceress: She is wearing a short top, a long skirt with splits, arm protectors and shoulder armour. She has pale mid-length hair and long pointed ears, and she carries a staff with a magical orb at the top.

 
 
All the Elves are about 6.5" tall, compared to the Halflings that are 5.5" tall. I'm now working on a Dwarf pattern, but I'm not sure whether to make a female Dwarf. As a Discworld fan, I always think female Dwarfs should look the same as male ones, but I don't think this is the case in various games, or in The Hobbit from the glimpses we saw of Dale at the start of An Unexpected Journey. I'd really appreciate hearing people's views on this.

The Elf pattern is available to download from my Etsy shop.

7 comments:

HillyT said...

They are beautiful, another fabulous creation.

LucyRavenscar said...

Thank you!

Claudia G.E. said...

Están preciosos!! Como todas tus creaciones!
Saludos

aramanthe said...

Gorgeous!!

As for the female dwarves, I think you should make them - maybe just make the beards a little less robust and give them boobs?

LucyRavenscar said...

Thank you Claudia and aramanthe!

I think you're right, I should make female Dwarves, maybe one with and one without a beard.

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Thank you, I will have a look at your blog.