self aggrandizing an opportunistic bastard an unconscionable miser entrepreneurial when it comes to Teddy and the Yeti. Let it also never be said that I'm not thrilled with the idea of having more physical products relating to the characters - it makes it all feel more "real".
For this reason, I contacted Jennifer Sorensen of MonkeyCat Productions on the strangely alluring website, Etsy. Jennifer worked with reference from the comic to create the Yeti doll you see to your right. It turned out pretty well, if I do say so.
The question you are all asking is surely "can I buy ten of these immediately and give them out as Christmas presents?" The answer to that is a resounding "NO!" Well, okay...perhaps it's not as forceful. But still, no. I'm not saying that more of these dolls will never be reproduced, but we're not at that stage right now - I look at this as a prototype from anything to come in the future. But it would be nice to think that I could possibly have more than one thing to directly buy on the website.
The doll is roughly 15 inches in height (about 38 centimeters to our metric friends) and has white fur and a deep purple textured fabric for the hands, feet and face.
Like I said, this makes for a good prototype/template. If I were to try my own hand at making one (that is...ask my mom to help), I might look at other materials, etc., but right now I'm more than happy with this one sitting on my shelf right now. And hey, there's my euphorbia plant and record stack in the background! YES!!!
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