: The appropriate thing to say is "welcome" though this group of particular individuals may not be quite... welcoming.
I assume you're intelligent enough to read the sign of who we are, but you probably don't have any idea what we do.
Years ago, Sweeney and I were griping and complaining about our love lives--I was mostly carping about that insufferable fop my dear Christine is so fond of for some un-Godly known reason, and he mostly objecting to the fact that this pig-headed judge jailed him just so he could have his ways with his wife. We enjoying this complaining and dwelling in our sorrows so much, we decided to meet up once a week and bitch about the world.
Somewhere along the line we met Adam, more commonly known as Beast, and he joined in with these complaining sessions. It was he who suggested we make a club. As you can see, unless your idiotic mind permits you, we have.
Beast and Sweeney nominated myself as president, so my job consists of deciding the date, the place, and the topic. We sometimes go on, what simpletons call them, "field trips" to various countries, castles, landscapes, ect. For a group of people who hate their lives, we have a nice time together. It gets much off our chests.
We recently invited another person to join our group--Dr. Henry Jekyll. He found our ad in the newspaper and almost fainted when he first arrived; he complained about a throbbing headache. Little did we know that when we invited Dr. Jekyll into the group, we got two new members instead of one.
Once the initial shock wore off, it got old fast when Dr. Jekyll would suddenly and violently change into his alto-ego, Mr. Hyde--or as we call him, Edward. They both tend to complain about the other, but Edward is defiantly more entertaining and more in our alley than Dr. Jekyll, but they're a package deal.
If you're interested in our group, I'd call Beast. He's the... "friendliest" of us all, besides Lumiere usually picks up.
I would say thank you for your time, but that is against my nature. You're lucky I even stopped composing music to talk to you.
: A little self project I came up shortly after Beauty and the Beast. All the angsty musical characters I could think of! Musical characters are only allowed.
This is a commission that I did for , who had this absolutely brilliant concept for a picture! It was a ton of fun to do and she had so many great ideas for it!
In it, you'll find: the Phantom of the Opera, Mary Poppins, Satine from Moulin Rouge, Don Lockwood from Singin' in the Rain, Danny and Sandy from Grease, Tony and Maria from West Side Story, Dorothy and Toto from The Wizard of Oz, Giselle from Enchanted, Maria from The Sound of Music, Little Cosette from Les Miserables, Eliza Doolittle from My Fair Lady, Dr. Frank N. Furter from Rocky Horror Picture Show, Tracy Turnblad from Hairspray, Fred Astaire as himself, Sally Bowles from Cabaret, Velma Kelly and Roxie Hart from Chicago, Glinda and Elphaba from Wicked, and Sweeney Todd.
Of course you all know I am a MASSIVE Wicked fan, and although I've included Wicked in some of the musicals-themed jewellery I've been doing lately, I've never done a completely Wickedified bracelet... So when someone commissioned one recently, I was over the moon!
This one includes the Elphaba/Glinda logo, Nessarose's legs with the silver slippers, Elphaba's hat and broomstick, the girl who commissioned it's favourite Glinda and Elphaba initials (Louise Dearman and Rachel tucker - my favourites, too!), Glinda's bubble and wand, and a sparkly flying Elphaba!
This was completely handmade by me using polymer clay, accented with acrylic paint and microbeads
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A fully customised bracelet, featuring 7 of the customer's favourite musicals! From the top, we have Avenue Q, Hairspray, We Will Rock You, Wicked, Billy Elliot, Into the Woods and The Last 5 Years! You might have noticed that I am a HUGE musicals fan, so naturally this was pretty much the perfect custom order for me I LOVED doing it!
I would have also liked to include Chicago, Spring Awakening and Les Mis, but as her wrists are teeny tiny, I didn't want to risk making it too big.
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