About

About Psykic Fangs

I started Psykic Fangs in 2005 as a way to make money while still having the freedom to live my life the way I desired, something many contemporary jobs didn’t allow. Originally I’d only wanted to make fangs for myself and perhaps a few friends, but after my first set (the “Underworld” replica) I noticed that I had a real talent for it and decided to look into making custom fangs as a career.

About Vincent Psykic

Personally:

I tend to be a thoughtful and spiritual person, although it usually doesn't show when someone first meets me. I'm strongly inspired by Buddhism and Stoicism, and highly value compassion and reason. I'm perpetually working to improve in those areas. I am sometimes reclusive, but I usually like to be around others, and I wish I could do so more often. My aesthetic is typically goth/vampyric, although I don't really go too overboard with it, and I try to keep it toned down in everyday life. I only really dress up when I'm going someplace where it would be appropriate.

Professionally:

I tend to think of myself as an artist more then an entrepreneur. I do this job because I enjoy doing it and I enjoy the people it enables me to meet. I try to be in this more for the people then for the money, and I think that's reflected in my business policies. I've never really been too fond of businesses that have making money as a higher priority then making a quality product or fulfilling the needs of their customers.

My Vampyrism:

I awakened around 2003, and I immersed myself in research and in the community since then. I was originally sanguinarian, and developed the aility to psi feed, but with time and a greater emphasis on my mental, physical, and spiritual development I've evolved to be able to sustain my spiritual energy without conscious effort. I credit my connection with the universe and my recognition of one-ness with it for this ability.. So i suppose if I were to define myself now, I'd call myself a "Cosmic Vampyre." I tend to be open about my vampyrism, though by no means do I flaunt it. I'm always willing to educate anyone who wishes to learn. I always try to explain things in a simple and logical manner. I tend to be a scientifically minded, so I usually try to explain that most vampyric beliefs are just hypotheses used to explain observable phenomenon within ourselves. At this point my vampyrism isn't a very large part of my life, and doesn't define who I am. It's simply something that's been integrated into who I am as a person.