"Fejee" Mermaid display

This is technically for Halloween but I hope it’ll be used year-round. My friend Jess is a big mermaid fan. She’s got scales tattooed on her legs. She snapped this right up. Lol.
In Barnum and Bailey’s they spelled it “fejee mermaid” which I love so thats the spelling below. This was made using the “corpsing” technique I used on my bat from “monster tutorials” on Youtube. He didn’t have a tutorial for this, I just figured it out using the technique with the Press-and-Seal using a Michaels mermaid skeleton.

This is the original:

Thanks for looking!

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Wow! That’s really creepy and cool :smiley:

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Very cool! And I love the reference to the Fejee Mermaid!

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These look so much cooler after the technique. It’s amazingly creepy!

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It makes more sense as a Fegee mermaid than a real one. The tail is too small. :smirk:

Lovely work!

This is so cool! Definitely an inspiration as we start changing our decor for fall.

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Cool! The Press-and-Seal really adds and awesome layer of decay.

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Dear baby godzilla! That is epic! Love it!

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Absolutely brilliant! :heart_eyes: Now I really want to go turn some random plastic skeleton into a mummy… Your fleshing and ageing techniques are literally SPOT ON! :star:

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OOOO creepy and so fun. I love the skeleton treatment. Looks so much more authentic. Hey, mermaids are real!

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