Anonymous said: Can you make a harpy it's a woman's face and a birds shaped body it's Greek and roman like a cockatrice please make one!
This is our favorite harpy, right here, although we love harpies in general. We even have a pseudo-OC that happened during a conversation with friends that’s a harpy librarian.
Its something we’d like to do in future, but its not on the books in the NEAR future.
"Where do you buy the heads and feet?"
We get variations on this all the time, both online and at conventions, and I’m still a bit stumped by the question.
On the one hand, I like that it implies there’s a level of quality there that people associate with larger scale production. On the other, I wonder what makes it so hard to believe an item would be handmade?
In person, I can see where the disparity between the scads of cute fuzzy little jerks and the figure behind the table, desperately clutching a coffee cup, frizzy haired with her shoulders up around her ears from the sheer tension might lie. Bless Bones for being the ‘together’ one at out cons! She makes it look easy.
On the internet, its tougher to understand.
I tend to chalk it up to people no longer being used to the idea that things get made by people, and don’t just appear fully packaged and ready to roll on Walmart shelves. But really, I just don’t know!