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Fallen Angel Zombie and Body Pieces OH MY!

I am honored to be part of the Amazing Mold putty and Creative Paperclay Blog Hop. I love working with these two mediums so joining them in one piece was so much fun!
I took my Creative paper clay and made a zombie, and an Amazing Casting Resin set of ribs were added (which I made from amp and resin) and then let it dry.

Then I molded a bunch of pieces with the Amazing Mold Putty like skull heads, more ribs, brains and a head. Once they were cast in resin, I then painted them red, black and green. I added a bit of wool to the head and then burnt in with my heat gun (please do this outside due to the fumes)

I also molded an Angel wing and did a resin cast of that too. Can you tell I had a blast as I kept going back and doing more, I had to stop myself as I could of kept going.
Once the clay was dry I then painted the zombie, emphasizing the skin torn back to expose his ribs, brains and intestines.

Then adding finishing touches and putting a background behind him my Fallen Angel Zombie is complete!

What do you think? I hope you’ll leave me a comment and let me know. :)
Now for some extra FUN for YOU!
Visit each of the blog hop participants below, Take note of your favorite project and leave your answer on The Amazing Mold Putty Blog.

3 Winners will be chosen on October 8th on that blog for a giveaway of Creative paper Clay, or Amazing Mold Putty and or a package of Amazing Casting Resin!

This is the list… should have come from ANNIE’S BLOG TO MINE AND WILL NOW GO TO MICHELLE CUMMING’S
Creative Paperclay

Terri sproul –

Barbara Moore

Molly Walsh

Debbie Buckland

Edie Cournoyer

Lyneen Jesse

Lee Brehon

Annie Courture

Kelly Donovan

Michelle Cummings

Rachel Whetzel

Susan Brown

Ananda Marks

Angie Westerman

DeeDee Catron:

Amazing Mold Putty

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23 Responses to “Fallen Angel Zombie and Body Pieces OH MY!” (Click To View)»

  1. Leah Crowe Says:

    Wow, truly gruesome and sensational! LOVE that backdrop behind your zombie. Great work!

  2. Eva Says:

    It’s a great :idea: Verrrry halloweenie! :evil: hahhhhhhhhhha

  3. Lyneen Says:

    YIKES, he is gruesome…. very scary! TFS!

  4. Lee Brehon Says:

    Kelly, this piece is amazing, made me laugh. Its very very creative. I love your work. Well done my friend.

  5. Lee Brehon Says:

    BTW – the background artwork is really good.

  6. Dawn Says:

    very creepy, good job.

  7. Tristan Robin Blakeman Says:

    :lol: Love it! He’s so deliciously decayed! (The background is a wonderful addition!)

  8. pixie Says:

    This is really grusome I love it

  9. Pam Latham Says:

    Kelly your mind worked overtime on this one…..LOVE IT!

  10. Boni Says:

    MY kids are crazy for these …and they would love this

  11. Jamie Says:

    I can’t believe you made that from nothing! Really amazing…and “awesome” according to Rylan. Fantastic, Kelly!

  12. Emily Says:

    This is so so so SO awesome!! You did a fantastic job on this, it turned out so great! :mrgreen:

  13. Genelle Voss Says:

    Amazing and

  14. joan Says:

    oh my gosh, it made me shiver – which means good job!

  15. Molly Walsh Says:

    :grin: great job. Love all the details. TFS

  16. Jen Says:

    I love all the details! You did a great job.

  17. Dave Says:

    This is such an awesome piece. Love all of the gruesome details! Great job!!

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  19. Amanda Says:

    Great job love the details you incorporated thank you for sharing!

  20. Scrappyrat Says:

    Cute zombie…he’s even cool unpainted. He reminds me of some of those ancient medical models from China. Thanks for working so hard to bring us a neat tutorial!

  21. Tamara Says:

    That is just creepy! I love it.

  22. Cindy Coleman Says:

    Wow can you ever sculpt! I love your angel wing. How big is it? Nice combination of work.

  23. Niki Says:

    Hi there to every one, as I am genuinely eager of reading this website’s post to be updated daily.
    It carries good stuff.

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