A step-by-step guide to making your own little goat :-)
Step 1. Make a rectangular block out of your base colour (orange). Round the edges slightly. Add the tail.
Step 2. Make 4 equal size cylinders out of dark brown for the legs. Stick one at each corner.
Step 3. Choose a light colour for the undercoat (white).
Make long strands by rolling out by hand, making sure one end is tapered.
Start at the back end of the goat, wrapping the first strands round and under the tail.
Keep applying the strands as shown, working forwards. Do the same on the other side of the goat, with a straight line down the back. Make the strands long enough that they mostly cover the body (although don't worry about them being the same length - goats are scruffy!)
Keep going until the whole body is covered - I call this the 'headless ghost-goat' stage :-)
Step 4. Give your headless goat a collar - colour of your choice!
Stick the head onto the goat, on top of the collar - I find the collar helps hold the head in place more securely
....you reach the front, where.....
Step 8: Make the horns, and stick them on the head
Start at the back of the head, with a row of hair long enough to reach his back
give him a fringe, with strands going out in all directions. Send some out over his horns, curling round underneath. He's ended up with a little circular bald patch...keep going...
And introduce him to his friends!