If you follow my work with even remote interest, it's obvious that I love monsters. The majority of my ancestry is rooted in Scottish, Norse, and other Northern European cultures. As such, I grew up under a fascination, and at times a dread one, with the creatures of their folklore and mythology. Ever mysterious and at times even sinister, the monsters are note merely curiosities, but important elements of these cultures.
Fey Folk is a collection of Designer Toys created using digital sculpting, 3D printing, and resin casting, which depict my interpretations of well-known, and lesser known "fey" creatures. Click an image below to learn more about the piece, and purchase one if you are so inclined!
While not a true member of the "Fae" folk, Gremlins are much more than an 80's pop culture sensation. Emerging in well-known folklore around the 1920's, if not earlier, among the RAF, Gremlins are troublemakers to a fault -at the time blamed for sabatoging British aircraft and munitions. Now, they're a convenient scapegoat for any kind of malfunctioning electronics or machine.
Don't be fooled by their small size and uncanny charm. Recap Goblins are vicious and dangerous. Often making their lairs at the sites of dark deeds, particularly the ruined castles in the borderlands between Scotland and England: Exercise extreme caution if sighted. Better yet, avoid at all costs...
Delve very deep into old world mines of Germany, and you'll no doubt stumble across one variety of Kobold, or at least traces. Experts in metallurgy and mining to rival dwarves, but make no mistake: Kobolds are not inclined to hospitality. At friendliest they're known to prank would be fortune seekers with worthless ores, and at worst poisonous ones.