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Daenery's brooch, House Targaryen, Game of Thrones

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Snorlax hat commission I recently finished and shipped off!

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"I am Daenerys Stormborn and I will take what is mine with fire and blood."

One of the more difficult pieces I've made. The House Targaryen symbol is cast in colored resin and accented with a dark red wash. The red resin can look crimson in darker lighting and a dark pink in bright lighting. The color variation gives life and uniqueness to every piece.

Available at Etsy


More pics at my Art Tumblr


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Batman and Bane from Christopher Nolan's The Dark Knight Rises. Hand-cut from black paper.

Batman and Catwoman can be found here :thumb315308318:

Both sets available on Etsy.
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Batman cowl mask. Almost done with it, still have to adjust a few lines and angles, but it's pretty much final. Will post a final pic this week. So stoked to finally make Batman's mask!

WED clay.
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As soon as JH Williams III took on Batwoman I knew amazing things would happen, so I insisted on getting this shot taken. Later, he was kind enough to add them to his flicker/blog about it. Fingers crossed I can meet JHWIII sometime this year while Batwomanning it up! <3


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I think this is my favorite Harley picture ever. This kid was just so cool and really into it! He might be the next Joker, who knows?

Harley Quinn from Batman. Costume and make-up by me. 2012.

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I just love this photo and the best thing is: It was a spontaneous one! It was already dark and we wanted to head back for the groupshooting, but the photographer loved the light effects when we walked through the gate.
The astonishing effects are not made via photoshop!

Batgirl II: Barbara Gordon by the awesome Shnutella
Batgirl III: Cassandra Cain by the gorgeous :iconchailatte04:
Batgirl IV: Stephanie Brown by me

Awesome Photoshoot by :iconblasefisch:. Please check out his website, too: www.flyingpussyfoot.com so you can see more of this shooting! (Batman Gathering (^_^)/ )
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You know who he is, the familiar shout of "CRIKEY!" still lingering in the hearts and minds of people everywhere. Steve Irwin was a great hero in life, so great he deserves to be a superhero. Here Crocodile Hunter Steve Irwin gets the superhero treatment and is pitted against his deadly adversary, Death Ray. Irwin was made from the head of the talking Walkabout Steve Irwin action figure, LCBH Super Patriot body, and ML Face Off Red Skull forearms. His chest armor came from Batman and croc-helmet from a DCD Armory Aquaman.His tail, shoulderpads, Croc-Rocket punch, and belt came from a toy alligator. The Hawk-board was made from a Spiderman 3 Green Goblin flightboard and Drop Bear from a toy koala.

Death Ray is of course his adversary and was made from a Spiderman classics Venom, toy stingray, Spawn Interlink armor for his forearms, DCU Desaad chest pack, and Megablocks War Machine leg armor. His laser spines came from some clear cocktail forks and death ray gun from a Star Wars Grevious Bodyguard crossover figure.

I remember watching Steve Irwin's The Crocodile hunter show and wanted to honor him with these figures. He was a real life superhero, teaching kids and adults about the wonders of nature. I'll always remember cringing every time a snake or croc leaped at him, Steve was one fearless host! He will be missed greatly by everyone and is truly an Australian Legend.

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