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4.40 / 5.00

Oct 8, 2009 | 7:50 AM EDT
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Took a manequin doll and took it appart. Removed the arms and sculpered two open mouthed heads onto the shoulders (out of clay). I attached fishhooks into the mouths, then i sculpered something that should resemble the female genetalia onto the lower part of the doll, but more shaped like a cup or bowl so i could put something in it. next i painted the whole thing with oil paint and finnaly hung large slices of meat (beef) from the fishooks (so they would hang from the mouths) and shaped them to loosly resemble her arms. Then i filled the bowl with maggots. found a aproprate setting, got myself a spotlight and took a bunch of pictures.

this is one of the most artistic pictures where you can't actualy see most of the things i described above, might post more pictures of the details later...



Rated 5 / 5 stars!!!

it's good,very good,exelent.but,like the other user said,i dremed about silent hill almost all night.that thing came to my dream and killed me with a chain saw that came out of its mouth!

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Weenog responds:

don't worry about it, it's gone now... I burned to the ground after a while (can hardly take this stuff home and put it in your living room)

...maibe it's still alive your nightmares though :p


Rated 5 / 5 stars


This one creepy the hell out of me. I just spend half of the night dreaming about Silent Hill. This picture complete the book.


Rated 5 / 5 stars


For some odd reason I really like this photo. Excellent work and thanks for the details as to how you made this.