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The Falcon

The young medieval nobleman goes hunting with his falcon.

Media: Head and feet of Super Sculpey, gloves of black Sculpey III, on a wire armature, with a cloth body. He has a very short black mohair afro.  He wears black leather boots with gold bead trim, and sculpted soles. He wears dirty green pants. His tunic is quilted pale gold  with gold bead "studs". His glove cuffs are black leather. He wears a hooded collar of beige with green embroidered edge and gold "studs", over a dark green wool cloak. He has brown leather belts, and a brown leather bag strung over one shoulder.

Props: On his back he has a bow and a quiver full of arrows. The falcon is made of Paperclay over a wire and aluminum foil armature with wings of thin cardboard. He is painted with acrylics and has brown leather tethers.

Height: 48 cm (19")

March 2003

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