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by Carisa Swenson

Feared for its powers of necromancy, evil mischievousness and penchant for playing with fire, the Nekomata of Japan are believed to be old cats who have transformed into demons. They are easily identified by their split tails and are often found in towns and cities; the most powerful Nekomata live deep within the mountains.

Standing at 3 3/4″ tall and 5 1/2″ wide, this Nekomata is limited to the type of antics he can get up to, and is easily placated with a comfy spot on your shelf. His head can be moved in a side-to-side manner.

Medium: Sculpted over a Funko Pop! blank with epoxy clay; painted with acrylics.


Product Height: 3.75"
Product Width: 5.5"

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Carisa is a sculptor and textile artist specializing in art dolls. With a background in illustration and a passion for mythology and folklore, she melds these interests together by spending her evenings sculpting and stitching life into various mythical creatures and beasts.

Carisa’s work has been shown in numerous galleries across the United States such as Modern Eden and Gallery 1988, as well as international galleries.

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