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  1. Default www.mypetzombies.com 
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    We have added a couple new zombies to our lineup this year
    1. Mr. Happy
    2. Pappy
    3. Pestilence
    4. Tarman

    They have been uploaded to the site and ready to order.

    These can also be rolled into an order of a zombie Horde.
    order a horde of 10 zombies and get free shipping valued at $300 to $400 depending on shipping zone.

    Clothing will vary and can be customized to suit your needs
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    Last edited by Gore Galore; 06-12-2013 at 09:04 PM.
     

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    Kevin do you sculpt all your own stuff? They look quite real!

    Jake
     

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    Thanks Larry,

    Jake,
    Thanks for the complements.
    I do sculpt All of our products now. Except for our wall decor items, those are done by Robert Beech.

    But that has not always been the case.
    Erich Lubatti has sculpted alot of our zombies and some of our giant costumes in the past, and we have used other sculptors through out our history.
    But a couple of these zombies came from Jeff Weinkel and acquired from "back from the grave productions".

    But what I think really brings them to life is the way we paint them.
    I think that is really what sells their look.
     

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    does putting some sort of vaseline or anything make them look a little wet/greasy?
     

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    No,
    It is a type of glosser we use.

    And just for your info.
    NEVER put vaseline on latex. Unless you want it to rot.
    It is just like putting vaseline on a condom. It will blow the condom out immediately.
    Try it! then you will understand without any question what I mean.
    Latex and petroleum based products do not mix.
     

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