I had so much fun creating my corpsified 2 headed bride doll that I have been inspired to make more. This one is inspired by my love of Evil Queens. It meshes my love of horror and fairy tales together and comes complete with a helpless victim! It’s like the Queen of Hearts and Elizabeth Bathory all in one!
This limited edition doll along with her helpless victim will also be making their debut at the Hardcore Hearse Club show that I am vending at on June 15th. So anyone that comes out to the show will get first dibs! And remember no 2 dolls I make are ever the same. These are made from hard to find supplies and materials (a lot of them being vintage) so they literally cannot be duplicated!
See more of my corpsified creations on the Adopt The Undead section of my online portfolio. And stay tuned! I have another doll already in the works and she is pretty deadly. Spread the gore!
Women In Horror Month Deal # 2!!
Attention my fellow Sleepaway Camp fans! This killer deal is for you!
Buy my 1 and only Limited Edition, Hand Made, Felissa Rose “Happy Camper” Necklace (only $12.) and get a free matching 8.5″ x 11″ print (normally $20.)! Keep one and give the other to your horror-loving friend!
Since there is only 1 necklace this is a “while supplies last” deal! No coupon code is needed. Just be the first one to purchase the necklace in my Amazon shop and the print will be added to the package before it ships to you! Purchase must be made during the month of February 2019 in honor of Women in Horror Month!
Did Santa bring you Amazon gift cards for Christmas this year? Don’t forget you can cash them in at my shop! Get yourself something unique while supporting an artist!
Also please feel free to share this image or the link to this post with your social media loving creeps!
I finished up a commission piece over the weekend. This was for a return client who wanted me to make them another mini zombie head prop. But this time they wanted an undead pirate for a decorative ghost pirate ship they are putting together. So if you’re wondering why all of the rum and brains are gone.. it’s probably because of the Captain of the Undead here…
When you do a commission piece and you send photos of the finished creation to the client there is always that nervousness of wither you captured what they had envisioned. So I was very happy when I got a response that said…”I knew it would be awesome whatever you came up with but this is so much better than I imagined. So cool. Thank you so much.”
See more of my horror props on the Adopt The Undead and Remains pages of my portfolio site. And don’t forget to contact me if you are looking for an artist to bring your vision to life.