I've repurposed the wine rack (its not as if it had any actual wine
in it anyway) and the sneks seem pleased to be out of their rubbermaid holding tank.
These are some of the latest tangle (we can't decide whether a group of sneks is called a squiggle, or a tangle), which includes the last few of the 1st generation longnose. Since we kept getting shocked gasps and disapproving frowns when we said we would discontinue the longnose, we've caved: we'll be doing a 2nd gen longnose with a few alterations. We also had people bribe us with food not to discontinue them, and I can't say no to free cinnabons (if you can, check your pulse).
We went pretty vibrant with this batch, from halloween to moss, skunk, nanday and golden. The golden and the moss are probably the most subtle of the lot (mossy has some really nice kiwi coloured side fur that we had left over from a commission), but my personal favorite has to be the nanday. The scheme is based on Bones' childhood conure, who's a jerk, but the sort of jerk who leaves an impression. And often bruises. Nanday conures are absolutely gorgeous birds though.
These guys are a'course all poseable, durable & hand-made. They're between 20" & 22" long depending on the type of fur used, with each head being cast in resin to make 'em nice and durable, from our original sculpts. They're hand painted, sealed and assembled with armature to make 'em bendy, and are quite good at holding a pose (or holding your drink: I use mine as a pepsi cosy).
We recommend the antlered varieties for those looking for a sweet personality (the sneks with the cervine antlers); mayans tend to be a little hot blooded and inclined to moodiness (the feather crested sneks with the underbites are mayans), and longnoses....need a lot of supervision. Its not that they aren't sweet, just that they're all sweetness and no brain, if you get my drift.
Most of these fellas are up for grabs in our etsy shop: Worms n' Bones' Homemade Horrors
And to the rest of the tubes with heads out there; squiggle on brothers, squiggle on!