A bunch of stuff I never got around to posting here before (mostly video game related stuff). These were all used for various other websites. The first one was for a review of the game Silent Hill: Downpour (click on it to view it in the original size it was created for the review. The next one was used for an article about the release of the Wii U. Finally, the third one was for an article explaining the benefits of using component cables with the original Wii.
I have an Etsy account now which you can visit by following this link right here!
Oh yeah… this guy right here is for sale up on the site as well… 6.5in x 6.5in x 3in on wood ready to hang!
I will be adding stuff somewhat regularly, so make sure to be cool and pick up an item or two!
Greyboy’s in Havertown has a bunch of my artwork for sale. All these skulls are actually gone already, a long time ago. But there are a ton more to chose from at the shop! (I didn’t post the stuff I have at the shop because I have posted all of it as I completed it on this page anyway).
Here is the shop info:
2411 W Darby Rd, Havertown, PA 19083
Go check out the shop, its an awesome place with a ton of great stuff for sale.
Well, it’s that time of year again. Time for another Skatepark show! It’s coming up fast so I whipped this poster together tonight for the show.
Here they are back from the copy shop all printed up, I added the band names by hand.
It’s almost Halloween! Well, a month away… but still, close enough. My wife wanted me to cut a Jack-o-lantern but she wanted something different. She said “Hey, how about the Misfits Fiend Skull?”. Now, I knew this was impossible because you can’t make it as a one piece stencil so how could you cut a pumpkin into the Fiend Skull???
Well, I decided it was going to happen no matter what. I said “Yeah, sure…no problem!” She went and got me a foam pumpkin from AC Moore while I sat at home trying to figure how I was going to pull this one off.
Well… I’m happy to say it all worked out in the end. Below you will find the finished product.
It was actually a lot easier than I expected it to be. I suspended the nose on a piece of brake line for a car. I cut the brake line down to size and suspended the nose on it. I originally thought I would also have to suspend the brake line or create a bracket underneath in a T shape, but since the brake line and foam nose are both so lightweight just attaching it to the back and securing it was enough. I think it turned out pretty rad if I do say so myself.
I know I don’t normally post crafts on this blog (though I do make them quite regularly), but I felt that this really fits the theme of this site quite nicely.
While I’m posting crafts I might as well post something else that I recently made for my house. Below you will find our new door mat.
I stole the idea from Fat Mike though! I saw it while my wife and I were watching The Other F Word on Netflix Instant streaming. It’s a pretty fun documentary if your in to the whole punk rock thing. Anyway, thanks for checking out my stuff! See you next time!