I had to do a project for my conceptual art class, but my original ideas were not well received. So me and my sister did an impromptu photo shoot instead.
How would you arrange the images to tell a story?
The idea is that these photos are not meant to go in any order, or tell a story. The viewer can arrange then and make their own. I would have liked to add more photos but I didn't have enough time.
ALSO I did -not- take this last photo (below). Nor did my sister. The camera took this image itself on the stairs. There are a million ways to explain this away, I left the timer on, light from the windows...but still. Creepy ghost-man silhouette is pretty awesome.
I actually laughed my butt off taking these photos. During the angry frying pan shoot I accidentally swung and hit my sister. She yelled "Son of a B-----! You hit me with a frying pan" and I LOST it.
**PLEASE LET ME KNOW IF YOU WANT TO POST MY IMAGES OR THIS TUTE ON A BLOG/WEBSITE!** I'd like to have a link to all the places where this tutorial may be featured. So please just shoot me an e-mail at email@example.com or a PM here on craftster before doing so. Thank you very much.
Here is my latest poly clay tutorial. I had the tute made already but I had to dissect the images into smaller chucks so that when they get resized they would still be readable. I am sorry if the watermarks and links at the end are against policy. If so I'll edit the photos. My sushi tutorial ended up all over the net so I wanted to make sure that this one had my name all over it. ^_^;;
I already tried checking the following links: -http://www.craftster.org/craftsterguide.html#anchor9i -http://www.craftster.org/craftsterguide.html#anchor9a
Yet, I was unable to find any concrete information.
The scenario: Someone (craftster #1) sells a design/item exclusively. Then someone (craftster #2) purposefully steals these designs and sells them (while posting and advertising them here on this site). Does craftser have any rules about this?
Hi everyone, long time no post. I have been super busy with school ^_^;
STATS: Base made with: -Chicken Wire -Paper Mache Painted with: -Acrylics -Clear Varnish Coated with: -Clear Glitter -Clear Varnish Hair Spray "Jelly" Made with: -Hot Glue -Acrylic Paint
It was pretty fun to make (Although I had glitter all over me for days). It was for my Sculpture I class. We had to bring in a random, insignificant, object. Little did we know that we would have to recreate this object at least 3 feet large in one direction. ^_^;
It is 3ft in diameter
and 1.5 feet tall.
The whole thing is hollow and very light weight. My professor thinks I should cover it in resin and use it as a coffee table
Has a matching zipper pouch with coordinating zipper and fabrics. (seen below)
I am pretty proud of this bag. It is my first time sewing an inner lined zipper pocket. It actually wasn't that hard. I used the lovely tutorial by SewPixie here on craftster. (Tute found here:http://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=11808.0 ) I do wish I had used brown thread instead of white when I sewed the zipper to the pocket (can be seen in pictures below)