Unveiling the first goat/bunny/alpaca & redesigned llama baglets

Just finished painting these:

alpaca (top left), goat (top right), llama (bottom left), bunny (bottom right)

If you are one of those fiber-animal people, please let me know if I’ve portrayed your animal fairly.  The neck was too short on the baglet llamas before (okay on the t-shirts, I think).  Do I need to put a little tail on the alpaca?   I’m working on a batch of these to send out for phatfiber boxes and to sell on etsy and to do shameless commerce at Guild meetings and the retreat.  🙂

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One Response to “Unveiling the first goat/bunny/alpaca & redesigned llama baglets”

  1. peggy carlevato Says:

    LLAMA LOOKS A LITTLE ON THE SHORT-BODY/ THIN SIDE TO GO WITH LARGE WOOLLY NECK. NEVER SAW A SHEEP W/BLACK TAIL UNLESS WAS COLORED SHEEP. ALPACAS HAVE A MORE-ROUNDED RUMP AND TAILSET A LITTLE LOWER THAN LLAMAS. LLAMA TAILS COME STRAIGHT OUT FROM THE RUMP. CUTE CRITTERS, OVERALL.

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