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Archive for January, 2013

     Sub-Indiana Jones nonsense.  What’s wrong with that?

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     Updated 21/01/2015

     Recommended reading 🙂

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     “I loves a tickle”…

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     Oh My Gooooooooooooooood!  I don’t belieeeeeeve it!  This is SUCH a surprise!  There are so many amaaaaaaaaaazing Blogsprites out there… it’s an incredible honour just to be nominated for this award.

     I‘d like to thank Stephen King for frightening the pants off me with Salem’s Lot and Dr. Who for giving me that unhealthy obsession with sinister marionettes.

     Thanks to Usborne Books’ Mysteries Of The Unknown for the sleepless nights and stop-motion animation for being so absolutely insidious.

     Most of all I’d like to thank J.E. Lattimer of Arcane Arrangements for presenting me with The Gargie Award!!!!

     Thank you…  thank you so much…

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     Marina Bychkova’s strange and beautiful dolls in a shoot for the Japanese edition of Vogue Beauty, December 2012.

     Take that Tiny Tears!

Dutch Fashion Doll World

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These images I found in the Japanese Vogue Beauty Dec. As a sill stylist myself I was blown away by the beauty of these images. Who were these dolls. They are so mystical, so Haute Couture (even though they are nude).
The creator of these dolls is Marina Bychkova and she is an amazing artist. Her dolls are so refined.
For more of her work you really have to visit her website. http://www.enchanteddoll.com
She also made a book it’s called the Enchanted Doll Book.
Unfortunately the first and second edition is sold out.
So hopefully they are going to make a edition because I so want this book.
But for now I have my Japanese Vogue
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Vogue Japan
Beauty 2012 december
Mood for Fantasy
Dolls : Marina Bychkova
Photographer : Lacey

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     Updated 15/01/2015

     Vampire: The Masquerade‘s role-playing world offers plenty of intrigue and diversity but the chronological re-editing of multiple novels tends to mar an otherwise engrossing series.

     Vampire Hesha’s story is over-written and uneventful yet it dominates this second collection whilst the laboured build-up to major events causes structural shortcomings.

     With future volumes offering more conclusions and twists this is still a series worth sticking with and a great introduction to the realm of role-playing games.

     Click here for a review of Volume One 🙂

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     18/12/2013 TOP BLOG POST     

It took seven months and approximately 40,000 Lego bricks for Romanian artist Mihai Marius Mihu to create The Nine Circles Of Hell from the Literary Classic Dante’s Divine Comedy.

     Where will you end up?

     ~ Visit the previous post for another unique interpretation of The Divine Comedy ~

1. Limbo, Lego Hell.  Mihai Marius Mihu. 

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