Custom Arkiv - Khnum God of Creation

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In Egyptian mythology, Khnum is the great creator god and is often depicted as a potter at his wheel. He gave the gods their shape and represents pure creative energy. Also seen with a green head, to show the fertile abundance of the Nile which is the creator of life in the desert

Tuttz Heading to NYCC

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Thank you to Argonaut Resins for letting me get my hands on some Tuttz! Hand stitched leather and on their way to NYCC booth #325  Onyx, Alabaster, and Mummy

2012 Update!

Wow, its been awhile and I have a backlog of pieces to post! After years of waiting I finally adopted a puppy this year and he has been demanding a lot of my time, but now that he's older its time to get back to work, so here we go:

Wampa and TaunTaun

I have always loved the creatures of StarWars, so for this May the 4th I made a Wampa and a Taun Taun (7in munny base) So fuzzy! Both are available in the store.




Stitches McQee

I was honored to be asked to be a part of the SoSo Happy Qee project. I had a hard time deciding whether or not to go full sculpt or to keep the qee form unaltered. I decided on the later and sewed up Stitches McQee in all his qee bear glory

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One of my entries to the 1am gallery Most Wanted show in San Francisco. Once again I decided to forgo the sculpting in favor of stitching on an unaltered form (7in munny) I wanted to try a more abstract idea versus the figurative characters I usually go for.  

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New KayNids

Deamon Dog and Moon Fox. Some more KayNids are on th way, so stay tuned

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