Thursday, November 5, 2009

felt ornaments

A new Etsy project that is kind of finished, kind of on-going. I was contracted to make felt characters for christmas ornaments. This was the first set of three that i've finished. This grouping had 26 characters in all. I will also be making felt decals of the Yo-gabba gabba group for an outfit for a little boy whom gets to go see the group live. Busy busy.

Monday, August 31, 2009

Etsy Alchemy Marionette Aug 31 2009

Final Fantasy Character. Built with the best craft materials. Super Sculpey, acrylic paint, varnish, hardware such as nuts and bolts, jewlery crimps, 40# weight fishing line, thread, ribbon, spray foam, wire mesh, masonite, wire, plaster cast, spackle, felt, pleather, carpet yarn, fabric, crafters glue, super glue, and wood.

Monday, January 19, 2009

Clay figures; the Cooker, and Preston from Wallace & Gromit that won me an award. They need a case and some TLC, but you can see them at under your creations, past winners, November 2007. If you work in clay or think it would be fun, I recommend trying, it's loads of fun! And worth it.

more acrylic paint wall art. I realized that trying to scramble to put together a portfolio of my work is more difficult than I first thought, due to the fact that I usually give everything away as gifts. My boys walls so far aren't going anywhere. Thus the most representation so far is the wall murals i've done at home. I do much more than this though.

Some wall art of Spongebob, Gary, and Patrick Nickelodeon characters.

Sunday, January 18, 2009

Wall mural in boys room and canvas repro in basement

We love Disney. I let my boys pick out what they wanted on our walls I'll have to post more there is an entire large room filled with murals I painted in acrylic for my own personal use and enjoyment. I haven't ventured out into the sales with this for obvious copy right reasons.