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July 13, 2009

Bargain of the Day: a spectacularly ugly doll

by Feòrag

Not pretty, but very religious.One of the claims made in favour of religion is that is inspires great art. Today's bargain offers a strong counterpoint to that argument. In case you are wondering, the item in question is a hand-made figurine or, in the words of its creator, Ooak polymer clay mini girl and worship flag. There are many, many more pictures on the auction page, where we learn that this is not a one-off, but part of The Worship Collection from Mar’s little Universe.

Hello from The Mar's little Universe Nursery. This is my 2nd in the worship mini collection. She is a full sculpt of polymer clay with blue glass bead eyes, and light blonde wavy(very out of control) mohair. Her robe is white w/purple hearts, and her flag is swirled white onto purple. She was lightly blushed on the face w/artist acrylic paint(a little gloss on her lips) and lightly sprayed with a satin finish on her body and flag. I also marked her on the bottom. This is totally my creation inspired by my own worship time with flags to my amazing loving God, and like the rest of my creations-no molds either. It is a very true original one of a kind in every way!

Thank you for looking. I know this is not perfect, but she is made with love. Note: This is not a toy..and should not be given to small children.

Presumably because it would frighten them. It's nice to know they're meant to be hearts, too, as I was wondering as to the religious significance of a cowhide dress. And note she says she was inspired by God to create this, so no more of the great art argument, okay?

Posted in Christian Religious Tat and Religious Tat at 12:29. Last modified on July 13 2009 at 12:46.
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1: Posted by: pete23 | July 13, 2009 4:00 PM

Isn't it one of the new Throbbing Gristle action figures?

2: Posted by: Blake Kirk | July 13, 2009 7:31 PM

I am afraid that at this point my brain automatically translates the phrase "sculpt of polymer clay" as "made of the very purest Grade-A, Number One fail." Anything after that is gilding the lily.

Wax lyrical

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