|This is a Japanese 6-in-1 bracelet. The rings aren't in the right proportion to each other to achieve the correct effect, but I like the way it came out anyway.|
|Here are three Celtic 2-in-1 bracelets with silicon o-rings in place of some of the metal links.|
But, now on to more interesting things, like all the other people I met and other cool things I saw at the con.
I already mentioned Morose & Macabre's House of Oddities and I bought another necklace from them I'd love to show you, but the photos just don't do it justice. Here's a link to a similar piece they are selling in their shop. CLICK HERE And as cool as this one is, mine's cooler.
You can feed your zombies-and-government-conspiracy novel craving by visiting www.ericlowther.blogspot.com and then feed your locally-produced-zombie novel cravings at www.libraryofthelivingdead.com (You can also purchase fine locally-written zombie fiction at Eljay's Books)
For those of you who like your social network conversant in gore, check out www.fiendster.net, the social network for horror fans. (And since the man who gave me this info is one half of the notorious Bastards of Horror along with movie critic Tim Gross, I have to assume it's where the cool kids are.)
If you want to see some great chain mail, visit www.mygoodbabushka.etsy.com
And on top of the people I met and exchanged cards with, there were tons of other wonderful people I want to thank for being at the show and being lots of fun.
I also have some pretty exciting news, involving www.zombiesandtoys.com. I will be selling my work through their vendors at horror conventions all over the country, thanks to Jason (the owner) who curates an exceptional collection of zombie toys and collector's pieces. It's an honor to be sold along side all this cool stuff.
As always, thanks for reading. I'll be making zombunnies non-stop for the next few weeks, but after that I have some ideas to expand the zombunny line, along with some new (and possibly emotionally-scarring) bunny horrors for you to check out. There may also be something else cute, who knows? Sometimes, cute just happens.