Wednesday, April 29, 2009

Humpty Dumpty Completed

Here's Humpty, all finished. It took me just over a year LOL!

Also, I've made a little more progress on the new guy, but he's been put on his first of many holds. If you have not already guessed, he's a moon man... who is many moons away from completion.

Friday, April 24, 2009

More Project Pics...

I'm actually a bit further along than the pics suggest, but here they are anyway:

Nope, it's not a poorly made "skelly piece." His enormous armature just happened to look like a real skeleton for a while, lol. I thought that was pretty cool, but he's past that stage now.

More pics soon to follow!

Thursday, April 23, 2009

Big New Project

Remember that big Humpty Dumpty I was working on? Well he's finished now, but I still haven't posted any pics; sorry.

I soon realized after finishing Humpty that I always want to have an ongoing "big" project, so I started my next one. Below is a very early WIP pic. Bet you can't guess what this will be!

This part is about 24 inches in diameter, just to give you an idea of the size.

Friday, April 17, 2009

Rainy Inspiration, and a new piece on Etsy

It's a rainy, stormy day in east Texas, and I'm loving every minute of it. Something about rainy days puts me at peace, and allows me to be very productive artistically. Plus, it's a good chance to get caught up on some unfinished works.

So that's just what I did. I've conjured up some new ideas, and I finished up the spooky little fellow you'll see below. Now I'm enjoying a big cup of coffee while listening to the rain fiddling around on the computer. Good times!

Find Him on Etsy!

Tuesday, April 14, 2009

Spookytime Jingles - April!!

Hey guys, don't forget to check out all the great new stuff at STJ this month. It may have looked a bit sparse last night, due to the overwhelming success of STJ at the convention, but guess what? More stuff will be listed tonight!!!

Sunday, April 5, 2009

Almost Forgot...

I am honored to have been given an award by one of my favorite artists, Laurie Hardin of Monkey-Cats Studio. Thanks Laurie!

Seven of my favorite things-

1. My wife (always wanted to say that)

2. Sculpting (obviously)

3. Traveling

4. Going to the Movie Theater (I'm a movie junkie)

5. The Crescent Hotel (and Ghost Hunting)

6. Writing and Story telling

7. Photography
And now for seven worthy recipients: