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« on: January 05, 2012 09:10:05 PM »

It's been a while since i've posted something ive made because ive been busy with swaps and other things so i thought i'd post something i made a few months ago.

I made this for a friend of mine a while ago to cheer him up when he was having a blah week. He ended up super excited showing it off to his family with a big smile so it worked well for its purpose  Grin

I even gave him his machete, which i painted with a silver paint, and included "blood" on the blade. the only thing i wish i was able to do was put loose strands of hair on the back but i didn't think of it until after it was baked so i wasn't really able to but that's alright.  its about 3 inches tall... I added a large key ring and chain to the top so it could be hung on the wall if wanted though it can stand up on its own as well...i figured being able to hang it instead would stop it from being knocked over easily. It also has a few coats of gloss on it to help protect from scratches in case it does fall over or get dropped.

I'd love to hear what everyone thinks, especially since its the first figure like this ive done, though i am in the process of doing more right now based off other movies. I'll also be posting a bunch of other stuff Ive made over the last while which includes a bunch of bangles with creepy motifs as well as some necklaces.
« Reply #1 on: January 06, 2012 02:00:24 AM »

He's gruesome, just as he should be. I love all the little details.

Look twice, buy once. Nooooo
Look twice, decide I can make one instead.
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