Drifloons!

Drifloon!

So yesterday night my friends and I decided to make some Drifloons!

Balloons!

This is how they started off, we tied black ribbon to them with two long tails.

Hands

Drawing Faces

Next we cut out their heart shaped hands and drew on their eyes with sharpie. Their mouths are just X’s made of yellow duct tape.

Drifloon!

Drifloon!

Hands

Then we glued their hands to the ribbon tails with hot glue.

Drifloon!

Drifloon!

Each one had a different face and we named them all.

Drifloon!

We finished off by gluing a tuft of cotton ball to the top.

All the Drifloons!

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Collage

Collage

This is a collage I put together out of magazine clippings on cardboard, then wiped with car wax. It is about 18″x20″.

Bones & Shoes

Humerus Shoe

Pelvis & Boot

These are drawings of bones and shoes. Don’t ask where I randomly got a humerus and a half of a pelvis. Done in charcoal and pastel. They are 24″x36″ and 18″x24″ respectively.

Emission Spectrum Piece

Emission Spectrum Piece

A piece I created inspired by emission spectrums from chemistry. Done in marker and colored pencils on matte board. It is about 15″x20″

Self Portrait

Self Portrait

This is a self portrait I created in Photoshop of what it feels like in my brain. It’s a photo manipulation from photographs I had taken. It prints out to be about 18″x24″

Ink Sketchbook

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This is one of my sketchbooks. All of my doodles were done in micron pens and ink. All of the ink is either dripped on or blown to achieve that effect. The sketchbook itself is only about 3″x5″.

Tinysaurus Rex

Tinysaurus Rex

I finished building a tiny wooden T-rex. I think I will name him Timmy. He took tweezers, glue and a lot of patience.

If you would like your own tiny dinosaur you can buy them here at one of my favorite stores, American Science & Surplus.

Miniature Photography Series

This is a series of photographs that I took of people attempting to use miniature objects as if they were actual size. I love miniatures and wanted to juxtapose their size with actual people. All are 8″x10″ printed, taken with a Nikon D60.