Cemetery Fairy can be found late at night, haunting the older graveyards. She is often understandably confused with her cousin, Vampire Fairy. However, while the Vamp adores fresh blood, this vixen prefers tender human flesh. Foolish young men often fall prey to her wiles, until they discover their mistake - often too late!
These Fairies are more fair than Twisted! They are wearing crazy hats and marching in the Easter Parade on New York's famous 5th Avenue. Of course they look cute and cuddly in their finery, but don't mess with them; they have sharp little teeth and a hankering for human blood!
My New Year's Fairy from 2014 - my how time flies!
This is Aqua Fairy, or Aquatic Fairy. People often mistake her for a Mermaid because she is underwater, but take my word for it; underneath that flowing skirt are a pair of fairylicious legs! Think of her as a sort of Water Sprite!
This is Teacup Fairy: another image from my early digital art days, this one I drew entirely in Illustrator, then imported it into Photoshop for color. Being new to the genre, I didn't know I should keep it in layers, and flattened the image, making it difficult to change. I like it anyway.
Twisted Fairies logo designed by...ME! Yes my fairies are creepadorable - that is to say they are both creepy and adorable. They started out as a line of greeting cards, but they have taken a life of their own. Or as in the case of the Vampires and Zombies, an undead life of their own!
This Secret Door journal will keep your notes and drawings safe :) Its size is A6. The paper is a high-quality French brand of paper mill. Its 100% handmade and unique. Its fabulous piece of polymer clay art, all the details are handcrafted with accuracy and precision. Please dont