What happens when you mix a cute doll with a hardcore horror fan? You get one Morbid Creation!
We caught up with Pete Cordice, of Morbid Creations, to talk about his morbid works of art.
Horror News Network: How did you come up with the concept for these dolls?
Peter Cordice: I had seen a doll that had been transformed into a horror piece around 7 years ago and wanted to try my hand at it and see what I could come up with.
Horror News Network: Are each of these dolls one of a kind or are they mass-produced?
Peter Cordice: All Morbid Creations dolls are in fact one of a kind pieces although I will make duplicates upon customer request.
Horror News Network: Do you have any help in creating these dolls?
Peter Cordice: The only help I receive in creating these dolls is from my mother, the Martha Stewart of horror. She makes all of the outfits for each piece.
Horror News Network: Approximately how long does it take to create each one of these?
Peter Cordice: I can take anywhere from 2-6 hours per piece depending how much goes into them.
Horror News Network: How much is each doll?
Peter Cordice: Morbid Creations dolls range in price starting at $75 and go up from there depending on how much time and detail goes into each piece.
Horror News Network: Do you accept custom orders?
Peter Cordice: I am always open to customers special requests. If I feel as though it's something that's too far out and I don't feel confident in attempting it then I'll let them know.
Horror News Network: Where can our readers find out more about Morbid Creations?
Peter Cordice: I'm currently working on a website but for now readers can contact me by going to my Facebook fan page, www.facebook.com/morbidxcreations.
Horror News Network: In closing, what would you like to say to our readers about Morbid Creations?
Peter Cordice: All morbid creations dolls are one of a kind. I take great pride in that. I have been creating these wonderful little monstrosities for around 7 years now and am very proud of the progress I have made along the way. I have been through a lot of trial and error and have had to scrap many dolls over the years but I'm happy to be where I'm at now with the outcome of each piece I create.
Horror News Network: Thank you for your time, Peter. Best of luck with Morbid Creations!
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