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Topic: We're at the DEVIL'S CARNIVAL!!  (Read 566 times)
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« on: May 15, 2012 09:08:16 AM »

Recently Terrance Zduinch and Darren Lynn Bousman came out with an experimental movie/TV series called The Devil's Carnival, exactly what it sounds like, Devil runs a carnival. He has a whole bunch of his minions in his carnival as well as three sinners Smiley I plan on making all the carnies in the carnival but for now I made Wick, The Painted Doll, Woe Maiden, and the Twin. Unfortunately I didnt get a picture of the Twin before he found his new home with Mr. Bousman.....but their was a pic taken with it so when they get posted I will post them here Smiley

First up the Woe Maiden! She was my favorite and I had planned on keeping her but I forgot one Twin in my car so I hope she is living comfy with Terrance now Smiley

Secondly is Wick! I loved making her hoop skirt and her hair, I think she came out really cute too! Alex Vega who plays Wick loved it too! She said it was her first doll ever! She grew up with GI Joes

And Thirdly! This is the Painted Doll, played by the talented Emilie Autumn Who absolutely loved the doll when I gave it to her Smiley

It was a fantastic show and I hope you enjoy the dolls! C&C always appreciated Smiley


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« Reply #1 on: May 15, 2012 09:14:07 AM »

They look really detailed. It's always great when a recipient loves what you give them.

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