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21  Chicken Littles in More Art, Less Craft: Completed Works by goosezilla on: February 10, 2008 11:40:19 PM
Some more mini paintings. Acrylic and prismacolor. Two chickens, a snail, and a yeti!

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22  5in Tapir Painting (added a couple more) in More Art, Less Craft: Completed Works by goosezilla on: February 04, 2008 10:43:08 PM

I reeeeaally like the way this guys face came out. Acrylic and prismacolors.

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23  A couple more teensy paintings in More Art, Less Craft: Completed Works by goosezilla on: February 01, 2008 11:17:20 PM
These two are 2in acrylics. I used some silver sharpie in the yeti to make his horn and the snowflakes stand out a little when viewed at an angle.

This guy is a bigger 5in acrylic painting.

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24  Teensy Paintings in More Art, Less Craft: Completed Works by goosezilla on: January 27, 2008 11:03:13 PM
These are all 2in tall on those mini canvases.

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25  Paper Bank Project with Cthulhu! in Paper Crafts: Completed Projects: General by goosezilla on: January 26, 2008 09:30:31 PM
I've been making a bunch of paper banks lately. I put a big picture post about them in my art blog here:

I made a pattern in Photoshop that I printed out and drew lots of sketches on. Afterwards I scanned the sketches in and cleaned up the linework and colored them with Photoshop. Then I print them on card stock and assemble them with craft glue. I've been really happy with the characters and made a whole pack that sit on top of my tv here at home. I think Cthulhu is my favorite. Smiley
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26  paper mache Halloween deer hat in Halloween Costumes by goosezilla on: October 24, 2007 08:02:28 PM

Here is the mask workspace in the living room. The lamp is equipped with a uv emitting black light. The final mask will have black light embellishments in the white areas to add extra stripy good times. The mask is mostly paper mache. I made a form of my head by putting aluminum foil and tape around me and then covering it in seran wrap and stuffing it with plastic bags. It fits my head perfectly. Cheesy The muzzle and ears have styrofoam in them to help make this a very light weight mask.

Side view in work area.

Hooray undead raver deer thingy hat!

The eyes are super birght LEDs. The switch is hidden under the pink mohawk.

The white feathers around the mohawk also glow under black light.

I'll post pics of the hat with the black light paint added later I promise!
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27  BlueBot in Needlework: Completed Projects by goosezilla on: June 24, 2007 08:09:25 PM

BlueBot has his heart on a string. I used a sweet tip I read in the forums about drawing with soap pieces instead of using chalk. It worked great! Just have to be careful not to rub too much while you are working or the drawing disappears. Though you can always retrace things if they start to blur a bit. Only took a few hours to draw and stitch, but was alot of fun!
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28  Re: poor mojo's squid hat! in Knitting: Completed Projects by goosezilla on: September 07, 2006 10:49:32 PM
My eyes came in today! Here is the final hat for this pattern. The eyes are 30 mm black craft eyes.

It jumped me in the shower!

Oh noes not the Mona Lisa!
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29  My Little Pony Flying Piggy Custom for Charity in Crafty Charitable/Social Causes by goosezilla on: August 13, 2006 05:59:27 PM
Hi guys! I'm auctioning off another pony for Doctors Without Borders. Please check it out!

This one was really fun to do because I got to dremmel off it's face. I'm discovering that the process of making these is kinda creepy during the half way state. Those watery eyes looking up at me....Heebie Jeebie!

I had to smooth out it's mane holes and found a good product called Model Putty to deal with the job. It's more of a slip than a putty and is used mostly for miniatures. It dries very fast, but you can sand down rough spots afterwards.

Also, I learned that painting acrylic over strait airbrush will remove your airbrush work and leave nasty spots that look alot like skin peeling off which then balls up into your wet acrylics leaving lumps all over the place.


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30  Button fruit earrings Super Easy! Super Cute! in Trinkets and Jewelry: Completed Projects: General by goosezilla on: December 07, 2005 10:36:36 PM

Leaf beads
Orange buttons
Metal rings from necklace clasps
Orange seed beads
Silver french earring hooks
Pieces of wire bent to have eyes on each end

Using different colored buttons can make any fruit you love! I was thinking of using smaller buttons and doubling the earring to make cherries.
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