This is Scytale. He is a confused little monster, really. You see, he was wandering around the neighborhood and he noticed that all of the people were wearing fun costumes!
Some had taken on the form of pirates, and some of witches, and some of ghosts or goblins much like himself! Well! This looked like fun! But who would he become???
He saw that they were wearing different outfits and holding treat bags and such, so he set out to find a good outfit and a treat bag! That is when he saw here! A bouncy little girl wearing a little pink fluffy thing that looked like an interesting outfit and she had a great treat bag and everything!
Well, he decided THAT was the one for him! Soooo....welll...... (I did mention the whole demon/monster/goblin thing, right? Just say'n.)
He took it. He took all of it. And he wasn't sure why she wasn't giving it all to him, so he sort of .... ummm.... well.....
AND THEN! He noticed that most people had different faces, too! Yes, indeed, they had taken on the faces of those they were dressed to be....
....so he stole her face, too.
WELL!!! I told you he was a confused monster! He thought that's how all the others had obtained their new faces, so...naturally, he used his skills to simply remove the face of the little girl so he could wear it! Yup. Seemed like a good idea at the time. Just say'n.
And there he was...ready to go. New clothes, new treat bag...new face. And he watched as the children extended their hands and were given treats, so he did the same - extended his one hand...
...while clutching his new face in the other.
He was sad when the people screamed and ran away. He didn't understand why, seeing as he had gone through all the effort of doing things the way they do them!
...But, alas, he turned and walked away...watching the festivities from a safe distance.
P.S. If you know where his name came from, I'm impressed!
P.S.S. Supplies: Polymer clay for the hands and feet. Wire armature, taped, and covered with batting and then wrapped with walnut ink stained strips of muslin. Tulle and ribbon for the tutu. The clay is alcohol inked to give it the coloring and painted where needed with acrylic paints. The bag is stitched from Moda cloth with a stamped pumpkin (Scrolls Work)on the front. The crown is cut with Sally the Cricut and covered in glitter.