Little is the new big
Again, I know how you might feel... this month my mother-in-law (hate how is this concept in english!) made us a present. It actually was a set of coasters... knitwear ones.If that wasn't awful enough, we (mostly me) had to decorate two wooden boxes to store them.So I spent the month painting but something I'm not man enough to share with others.At least in the process I gave Vallejo's crackle medium a go, plus a tube of vallejo acrylic black paint that actually behaves like oil based paints (weird).On the bright side today I sculpted a black mesa scientist. I just need to finish his arms. And maybe something to dress his head with ;)I hope see something a bit more wargame-ish than that basket in your next post, cheers!
Is that a carrying bassinet? I don't think I've seen one like that before.
I hope it's not for carrying, it weighs a f**kton. It has a wheely base. It's also so old (60's era) that the paint probably has a bit more lead than is now considered okay - hence the thick coat of modern low-VOC latex...
Forgot to ask but, it's supposed to be used with children ?Looks like I'd put a cat inside rather than a baby... from pics it feels quite... fragile.By the way, yeah, Arts School. I'm a bit ashamed since I imagine myself surrounded by people quite younger than me :DUh, any chances we'll be seeing more food sculpts (like XMAS and Halloween ones) anytime soon ? That stuff really comes handy when you want to impress the wife!
PS: Impressive pop up effect! Images didn't pop like that last time I checked ya blog!Feels like "lightbox" just without the ads. I've been trying to do something similar @ my blog but those stuff usually requires enough extra work to keep me off.
Beats me, man. It just started happening yesterday all on its own. I didn't change anything. I do like it though.
What the... just noticed it's happening all over blogspot!Haleluyah! See ? procastinating can't be that bad if you (me) end up getting stuff done anyways.
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