Funky Little Number

had the privilege of seeing Here Come The Mummies for the second time a few months ago, and felt the need to jazz up the ol’ vest with a new addition…this one says FUNKY IN THE WEST in reference to their song Fenk Shui and the line “Funky to the East, Funky to the West”

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canvas

amsterdam acrylic paint

GAC 900 fabric medium

Here Come the Mummies – part the second

this is HCTM’s “Hungry Anubis” hand signal for good luck – I added colors myself (original image is just black and white) and had previously tea and coffee dyed a bunch of canvas to look old and worn just to have on hand

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Here Come the Mummies – part the first

recently, I’ve started to like this amazing band more and more – finally got to see them in concert and experience their antics…anywho, these were images on tee-shirts they had run out of my size in, so I turned them into patches (for personal use only, no profit being made from the things that are not mine)

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Keaton Mask

finally got myself a styrofoam head the other day (his name is George) and got inspired to try to make one of my two favorite masks from the Legend of Zelda games – Keaton!

it’s definitely rough looking, but for my first ever mask, I think it turned out pretty cool!

(guest starring some other little projects of mine, and one of my paint shirts from work in the background – and my hands)

 

New Technique – White Rabbit

there was an image transfer how-to book at work, and during a slow moment one morning, I picked it up and started to page through. I knew about the gel transfer method and the xylene marker method already, but this book showed me how to do one using just acrylic paint and a xeroxed image.

here it is! my first acrylic paint transfer!

big mixed media projects, here I come…

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