This was done on a whim. I love Hecate and all of the spooky associations she has. Hecate is Goddess of crossroads, the night, magic, fields, and ghosts. She seems perfectly suited to Halloween and all of its' traditional images. Hecate is a triple goddess and her symbols include many plants, oaks, yew and others among them. Dogs and snakes are her's as well. She is most often depicted as a triple goddess and holding two torches.
So this happened yesterday. I had never gotten a tattoo before, but I enjoyed it. Lone Wolf Body Art is a great place to do it and I think this is a good start up to the season. I was reluctant to get one for years, but I realized it wasn't because I didn't want one, but because of the people around me talking me out of it. Life is too short, be yourself and do your thing. You won't get another chance.
Happy Birthday to the amazing woman who stitched together an unspeakable immortal horror in ink. Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley!!! My Frankenstein inspired items are almost complete, they only require their stitches. Tonight I will complete them as the storm rages outside!
I would like to thank Dr. Victor Frankenstein, and Herbert West. Your brilliant research guides my work this evening. I hear storms are moving into the area again tomorrow. Good! Mwahahahahaha!
Many of my projects are in a drying phase, so I don't have anything to show you just yet, but the stores are full of Halloween and it has gotten unexpectedly cooler, despite it being August. No complaints from me! Lots of cool new things in the works, stay tuned!
I am just getting started on my Mimic. A creature from D&D that was a deadly threat, due to it's ability to make itself look like a harmless object. Often a treasure chest. I will post more progress images over the next few days.
The Necromancer's chambers are protected by dark magic, and none may enter unobserved. Once the eye has seen you, his minions are sure to be crawling from their graves to add you to their numbers. Be warned!