This is a fairly epic level of cosplay.
Put pen to paper for the first time in an age. Molly tried to ‘help’ once or twice but mostly tried to explain I was supposed to stroking, not inking.
These are pretty creepy. Good, but creepy.
It is claimed the doors have been installed by local people so children can “leave messages for the fairies”.
But trustee Steven Acreman said: “We’ve got little doors everywhere. We’re not anti-fairies but it’s in danger of getting out of control.”
But I love tiny doors! I even like the doors in Lakeside that are big enough for human to stoop through but (as far as I can tell) have no logical reason to not be human sized. If the fairy doors are damaging the trees or endangering wildlife then ok, but otherwise they’re ace!
Though reading more it sounds like they’re getting some shit ones. Hmm. Does there need to be quality control of fairy doors? Maybe. But what if that’s what the fairies like?
NB: Not to be confused with:
(I tried to find one that had the “Last Man on Earth” Scary Door episode but now there’s a new series called “The Last Man on Earth” that’s what all the search results are for :( )
Its been a long road. Seventeen months, countless hours, multiple dead ends, hundreds of lessons learned, and one helmet made.
For the full build notes check out the blog, or for seventeen months of love and labour condensed into 3 minutes check the video: