Springtrap Baseball T-Shirts
Springtrap in my Pocket, I'm TerraTerraCotta, the actual artist behind this one. Normally it's sold through my Redbubble. However I've found that many people have tried uploading it here to sell so I'm establishing it here so I can report thefts easier.
Tags: fnaf-springtrap, springtrap-cute, bonnie, golden-bonnie, five-nights-at-freddys
The crying witch. His nature is lonely. Despite the bandages wrapped snugly around his head, red tears constantly stream down this witch’s face. His only companions are his familiars, who regularly try to comfort him in his dark labyrinth. However, he is still haunted by the memories of his former life, which causes his once-comforting sanctuary to become a place of isolated despair.
Tags: fnaf4, five-nights-at-freddys-4, fnaf4-child, fredbear, nightmare
An idea I came up with out of the lue like all of my other designs. I thought it would be fun to have a purple guy/Springtrap design, also Springtrap is one of my favorites. Works well since we don't know what Purple guy really looks like besides the pixel mini games, he gets a Springtrap head. The title works well with it. Hope you like ^w^
Tags: purple-guy, five-nights-at-freddys-3, golden-bonnie, fnaf2, purple
Ever hear of the Braxton County Monster? Maybe the Flatwoods Monster or Green Monster? If not you should have been around in 1952. It made headlines all over the US at a time when Cold War tensions were high and alien encounters were rare. This shirt features a rendering of the original 1952 police sketch of the monster based on, eye whiteness, Kathleen May's description. This shirt was designed by the lifelong central West Virginia native, Andrew Smith, who has lived in Braxton County for the majority of his life. So get your Braxton County Monster shirt right here from a devoted Braxton County resident. This design features the original 1952 drawing as well a road map of the area in and around the original sighting location. Also included in this design is the, now, iconic wooden sign that hangs at the town limits of Flatwoods, West Virginia, that countless monster fans have taken the pilgrimage to see and snap and selfie with. For more information on the monster visit: http://www.braxtonwv.org/monster
Tags: of, west virginia, flatwoods monster, cryptid, mythology