I'd be interested to know what anybody thinks of Morrison. He is an experiment. Recently, I was sent some needle-felting wools. I did have a go at making something before Morrison - although it was only partially successful. Morrison's face - his entire muzzle, eyelids, and nose - have been needle-felted.
I like him. He's not a pretty bear - I'll give you that - but I do think there are elements of him which look more realistic than usual. The colour gradations on his muzzle for example, and the bit around the eyes.
I am slightly worried, as I always am, about durability. I spent a great deal of time jabbing the poor bear with a felting needle, and it does feel very firm. I can't get over the idea though that, given a pin or a pointy pair of scissors, you would be able to loosen the fibres, and even remove bits. I suppose a test is what is needed. Not on Morrison - he's suffered enough! Perhaps I'll just try felting a shape of some kind, then trying to pick it apart.
Other than that concern, I thoroughly recommend felting though - it seems wonderfully versatile.