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« on: August 17, 2009 12:02:08 AM »

I am participating in the most recent dotee doll swap and had a lot of fun stalking my partners to come up with something that they would really love. I love the creative process. While my partners have not posted yet on the swap thread I know that two out of the three have received their dolls and so I can't resist posting the two that have been received.

First up is Steve. Until pretty recently he was a member of his high school's basketball team. Died in a high speed chase on a lonely road outside of town.  His craving for brains began soon after he dug himself out of his grave. He tried to be "civilized" and eat only animal brains, but he found them unsatisfying. So now he just tries to go as long as he can between feedings and picks the best brains he can find for his meals. At night, after he feeds, you can see him speeding down that same lonely road, flipping off the police as they chase him across the countryside.







Next in the line up is Tyche. She is the Greek goddess of Fortune. Personification of the Fates Tyche was one of the most popular gods to be worshiped by the Greeks.  She wears a crown with a ball on her head to show the unsteadiness of luck, carries a cornucopia symbolizing the plentiful gifts of Fortune and holds a rudder showing how she guides the Destiny of man.  Wings are shown sometimes signifying Fortune's ability to wing us high. Inside I placed a money prayer, to attract wealth.







As usual, you can find more photos on my Flickr photostream.
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« Reply #1 on: August 22, 2009 11:23:10 PM »

I hope your swap partners love these...you did an awesome job.

I'm completely in love with Steve...the brains hanging off the bottom just totally kill me. Smiley

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