This is the 2nd OBAKE version of the Babayaga houses I make. This version is a blend of 2 of my favorite horror genres, Eastern European and Japanese.
Since I was a child I adored the tale of an old witch, Babayaga, that lived in a house upon a chicken leg.
These little guys are my version of the house made from the scraps of my many bird installations over the years. My love for houses and birds have combined with my love for the old Eastern European fairy tale to create these cute and creepy creatures.
They are made of basswood with hand colored carbon transfers upon plastic and feather bases.The legs have 3" bendable wire which can used to mount the houses to an object or stuck in some dirt of your favorite house plant. The roofs are all hand made from tiny shingles.
They are signed and numbered on the back, or their butt I guess.
This OBAKE is 8.5" high from base to rooftop aprox. 3" wide depending on the angle. A lot of love and detail goes into each one of these little guys.
They feed off the souls of children and easy to take care of.
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