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Topic: Some great new gaffs... Visit Slim's Discussion Group too!
Message: Posted by: Slim Price (Oct 9, 2003 06:34PM)
Just wanted to let you know I've updated my site with some new stuff.
we've got mummies, unicorns, and my personal favourite, my first ever
gator boy!
anyways, take a look and let me know what you think.
also, for readers of these forums, I'm giving a 15% discount for
october, just because I love halloween so *** much.

-orbax

http://www.fiendishcuriosities.com


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Message: Posted by: Dr Mage (Oct 10, 2003 04:53PM)
Wow, cool stuff. :firedevil:
Message: Posted by: eggshell (Oct 20, 2003 02:37PM)
I don't think I'd sleep at night with one of those things staring at me from a cabinet !!. Really weird, but good stuff.
Message: Posted by: rcad (Oct 29, 2003 09:13PM)
I agree eggshell...

I am not being judgemental but I am truly wondering what kind of people would buy this stuff or why if not for "business" purposes?

Let's be honnest, would be kinda weird looking in my living room and it would scare the kids like hell... But I must admit that it seems like very good quality work.

Richard
Message: Posted by: Reis O'Brien (Oct 29, 2003 10:18PM)
Well, I'm the kind of person who would buy this stuff! This work is beatiful! I think I need a Fiji Mermaid for my collection. Of course, these creations would be right at home in my living room.
Message: Posted by: boblinds (Oct 30, 2003 12:18AM)
I'm with FireDice. If I had the money, I'd be SO there on this stuff.

Many of these things would look GREAT next to my mounted movie poster for The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (in German, no less. "Blutgericht in Texas")
Message: Posted by: rondasue (Oct 30, 2003 06:59PM)
An unpaid plug. I ordered one of the fingers for a routine. Then decided I really needed the human skin face for no good reason. Both pieces are great. The finger was modified for the routine.
Message: Posted by: rcad (Oct 30, 2003 09:01PM)
As I said, and I hope I haven't offended anyone, I was just curious to know who or I should have said "why" somebody would buy an item such as this.

For example, I prefer to collect "monsters" figurines from movies which leaves no doubt about their origin. Those creations on the other hand look more like artefacts. Do you or would you present them as the "real thing"? Do you or would you all use it in a magic show as rondasue did?

Or maybe the curiosity I have about them is the answer... I am definately very intrigued...

Richard