Now for sale at my Etsy Shop
Porcelain head, hands and boots.
Inigo Montoya: Hello. My name is Inigo Montoya. You killed my father. Prepare to die.
Inigo Montoya as portrayed by Alejandro Diego Narwhal
Though he was successful on stage, Alejandro Diego Narwhal’ s style is so cinematic it’s hard to imagine him acting in any other medium. His is a loathsome yet hilarious comic villain, which he is particularly adept at portraying in his close-ups. There, his range of facial ticks, stares and what-nots tell the story. When he isn’t outright villainous, he is adept at being vapid, smarmy, obsequious or just a little behind.
As you can see I sculpted the head, fins and boots in porcelain. I sewed the soft body over a wire skelaton so he is easier to dress and pose. He is part of a series of animal people portraying characters from movies, books and TVland. Isn’t he a fun one? He is from the movie ” The Princess Bride”
Inigo Montoya is a fictional character in ‘s 1973 novel . In ‘s 1987 he was portrayed by . In both the book and the movie, he resided in the fictional country of Florin but came from .
It’ll be fun making his clothes and sword. How do I make a tiny sword. I have no idea but I’m sure I’ll come up with something. Got any ideas?