A gift for a Tardigrade Tough person on twitter. You guys can use this as a phone background, too, if you like. Click through for full-size. It should fit screens as big as the iPhone6s plus.
I just posted a picture of my new workspace over on Patreon, and I’ve got a couple of cute new sculptures in the works that my Patrons will be getting exclusive first-looks at. Chip in a couple of bucks and you can join in the fun, and get some cool perks, besides!
I was just drafting my 2016 State of the Artist on New Year’s Eve, when my regular working computer crashed hard. Like, data-recovery-because-I-failed-to-make-a-backup-for-three-years hard. I’m taking it in next week to see if I can pay someone an exorbitant amount of money to mitigate my foolishness.
But that’s all last year’s troubles. Let’s talk about this year!
As you can see, I’m going to start casting some lead-free pewter jewelry. I’m just getting my new studio set up and hope to have that work up in the shop in the spring.
There is something a little refreshing about starting the new year without any of my old work available to me. I feel a bit naked, but I also feel like I have an opportunity to start a whole new body of work, and that’s pretty neat!
I saw Star Wars with some old pals, and I’m going again tonight. I really enjoyed it. I expect there to be fanart. Watch my Instagram.
Oh man, it’s one of those weeks where I made a lot of things, but most of them I can’t show yet. But I did finish one thing. One very large thing. The giant, purple Albatross that’s been around my neck and taking up space in my little office corner for a year and I half (ridiculous, I know). The Table is finished and in place!
It’s made from reclaimed 2x6s and a single sheet of plywood, and I designed it myself in SketchUp. Not fine furniture, but it does the job. I basically doubled my usable footprint by adding this to my space (there was an old coffee table in this space before, doing an excellent impersonation of a shelf), which means things that have been floating now have a home, and I feel less like a hoarder with piles and piles of projects threatening to fall on me. This picture is from before I organized everything and consolidated all my resin stuff down from three cardboard boxes into one convenient tote (and finished ones have a separate little tote, where they can snuggle together while waiting for homes). It is such a relief
I made a mess, I made some butter, then I made a comic about them both.
Currently trying my hand at some Teespring campaigns— what better way to start than with a movie parody and my favorite dog to make fun of.
If bacon and dogs are not your thing, I also have this one running right now: