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The Norwegian Cone Troll:Norskt Kongletroll
This Troll lives in the top of pine and spruce trees, and has hardly ever been seen by humans due to their camouflage.
The trolls are 7 cm tall, cast in polyurethane and soon also in polystone. They are painted in acrylics, and coated in matte varnish. I tried to push the price as low as possible, so compared to my bigger one-of-a-kind sculptures, this troll is a bit more affordable costing 200 NOK which is currently estimated to be 31.5 USD or 19.5 GBP plus shipping.
If you buy the troll, you will also get the digital painting with a story and species information.
Trolls I’m Currently working on:
1) The Cone Troll - Here both shown as a test cast and paint in plastic, and alongside its clay-self, me and a bigger not yet finished clay troll.
2) The Tree-carrying troll - Unifinshed Clay Sculpt
Currently in need of more fur, the tree it’s supposed to carry and some proper anatomy.
I’m not completely satisfied with how the cone-troll turned out, mostly as the acrylic paint is a bit too thick - but I’ll try airbrushing the next one. Also the mould wasn’t 100% cleaned out so it’s got a few imperfections here and there that I’m not too happy about. Other than that I’m liking it. After a proper clean up, I will try to run it in polystone - if I can get hold of some decent stone dust nearby.
Wild forest-dwelling beings from Norwegian folklore, the Hulder often tend to seduce men. They are said to be easily angered, free-spirited strong women you would do well to treat kindly should you hold your life dearly.
It started as little sketch in Corel Photopaint, and suddenly it wasn’t just a sketch any more.
A quick digital painting done in Corel Photopaint, of a Norwegian Folklore character named Nøkken or Nykkjen. It is the personification of the lurking evil beneath water surfaces inland, and is in many ways similar to a kelpie in that it may transform into a horse or similar to lure people into the water.
Norwegian Crown Bride
Inspired by one of my favourite fairy tales “Prinsesse Tone”, by Vigdis Rojahn, this is a Norwegian folklore inspired painting. This Norwegian bride rides a moose through the forest, wearing a Hardangerbunad and bridal crown which is partly my own design.
Corel Photopaint x3. You can buy this image as a print at my deviantART!
Contact me about commissions at helemork (at) gmail.com, or check out my Etsy Store?
Ilsvika - Acrylics on Canvas.
Contact me for commissions. Or check out my Etsy Store?
If you want to commission art, contact me! Also - check out my Etsy store?
Pencil Drawings for Sale : I’d sell all of those above for 250 NOK (ish 24.3GBP / 40.3 USD) except the top one which would go for 300 NOK + the sending fee. Note me if you’re interested. They are all A4, except the bottom one which is a half A4-size.
Also you can check out my sculptures for sale on Etsy!