'Dynamite' Dan Clifton was a criminal wanted in the Indian territory for robbery, safecracking, and cattle rustling. His use of dynamite rather than a pistol made him the most feared outlaw in the old west. After a reward of $100 was placed on his head, several bounty hunters came forward claiming to have gunned him down, making him the "most killed outlaw in the west". After several disputes, it was Sheriff E.J. Goodbody who formed a posse that would initiate tracking this notorious and elusive felon. And so began the biggest manhunt of 1883.
Every Kenfolkså¨ character that I make begins as an original polymer clay sculpture. When I make a limited edition replica, I use the original and create a silicone mould then cast copies using professional grade artist resin. This process captures all the detail of the original work while providing durability for any delicate components.
Attention to detail is what sets my art apart. I use the finest materials available including real fur, Swarovski crystals, antique jewellery, top quality fabrics/leather and enameled paints, resulting in highly textured characters. Often each element is made by hand...from top hats and knitted scarfs to candy canes and toys in a basket. These limited edition replicas are decorated entirely by my hand and no two are exactly the same.
An unsurpassed dedication to quality has culminated after years of creating these wonderful keepsakes. Built to last, these charming collectibles be cherished for generations.
Size: 4"h x 3"w x"2"d approximately
Collectible number - HF2332