"It seems there's something behind you..
You just shouldn't have looked."
Introducing the mesmerizingly haunting Somefurb inspired by the monstrous "Something" from the renowned video game Omori by developer OMOCAT. This one-of-a-kind art doll brings the hauntingly traumatic essence of "Something" to life, offering a unique addition to any collection of fantasy creatures.
Standing at a compact 6 inches tall, this animatronic custom Furby embodies the essence of handcrafted artistry. The sculpted parts, meticulously crafted with 3D printed resin, capture every intricate detail of the original design. Each piece is then carefully painted and varnished by hand and airbrushed, resulting in a strikingly realistic and captivating appearance.
Prepare to be enchanted as this custom Furby moves and talks, bringing "Something" to life in a way that will send shivers down your spine. With its interactive features, this art doll immerses you in the world of Omori, making it an exceptional collectible for fans of the game and lovers of fantasy art dolls alike.
Crafted with the utmost care, this handmade art doll is a true testament to the artist's passion. Its unique nature as a OOAK (one-of-a-kind) creation ensures that you are acquiring a truly special piece that will set your collection apart.
Perfectly suited as a handmade gift for Halloween or any occasion, this creepy-cute art doll is sure to delight and surprise.
Please note: Whilst the Furby is most definitely in loud and obnoxiously screechy order as ever, these Furbies were out in the wild a long time before being cosmetically upgraded by yours truly (it's a wonder they managed to survive the enslaught of angry toddlers tossing them at walls and such). As a result they may sometimes exhibit odd behaviour due to the age of their inner circuitry (e.g. weird jittery movements every so often, sometimes talking without opening their mouths, taking a couple minutes to wake up after inserting 4x AA batteries etc.), but I like to think that just gives them a little more personality. But all in all just confirming whilst a little kooky they are tragically still very much alive.
This custom Furby is not affiliated with or endorsed by OMOCAT. It is an artistic interpretation inspired by the video game.