Wednesday, October 6, 2010

Slender Man Creepy Sculpture Doll OOAK Halloween FREAKY

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SlenderMan Creepy Sculpture Doll Slender Man OOAK Halloween

Slender Man is hiding in the dark corners of the children's park down the street.. lurking in you childs closet...standing under the street light.. motionless.. who is he? Is he a myth or a reality? Either way.. i had to capture him in my art!
17 inches tall, OOAK (one of a kind) polymer clays, paper clays, aluminum armature. handsewn outfit, then painted and sealed.
By Oddolls artist Debbie Kirkpatrick

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My art dolls are made with a variety of materials, including handmade paper clays, polymer clays,
vintage and antique fabric,beads,buttons, charms and other unique things.

My pieces needs to be handled with care, as they are art pieces and not toys and should not be played with.
I do put alot of care into my wourk, so they are quite durable and will last throughout the years if taken care of
properly. All of my work is sealed in one fashion or another to keep the art itself safe.

He is described as wearing a black suit strikingly similar to the visage of the notorious Men In Black, and as the name suggests, appears very thin and able to stretch his limbs and torso to inhuman lengths in order to induce fear and ensnare his prey. Once his arms are outstretched, his victims are put into something of a hypnotized state, where they are utterly helpless to stop themselves from walking into them. He is also able to create tendrils from his fingers and back that he uses to walk on in a similar fashion to Doc Ock, the Spider-Man villain in the Marvel Universe. The superhuman stretching ability could also be seen as a similarity between himself and Mr. Fantastic of the Fantastic Four. Whether he absorbs, kills, or merely takes his victims to an undisclosed location or dimension is also unknown as there are never any body's or evidence left behind in his wake to deduce a definite conclusion.

Each piece is unique, and may have some imperfections here and there, but I like it that way, because it keeps it
unique and handmade.

Every aspect of my dolls and art are handmade, one of kind and not meant to look mass produced.

*All images and artwork are copyrighted by Debbie Kirkpatrick; I retain copyright of all items, including the right to sell and/or use images of sold originals in other artwork (copyright of originals does not transfer to the buyer upon sale).