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1  Help 'Pimping a Ride', please! in Discussion and Questions by dreadful penny on: July 10, 2006 08:30:49 AM


this is my friend Mongo and his 'Gator at the Philadelphia Fok Festival last year...
it is my joy, honor, and duty to see that his is the pimpin-est ride at the 'fest
i need some more ideas for this year... last year it was all done with no pre-planning (although i'm really proud of the flame job which you can't really see).
i'd love any suggestions from all you brilliant cracksters to help pimp it up right...
we can't actually paint the 'gator itself since it's rented, but the frame work is 2x4's and scrap wood, so easy to paint, staple stuff to, etc...
i've got battery pwr'd rice lights and LED's, so it'll be sexy at night, but i need more...
anyone got anything?
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2  Re: Show us your Photoshop and PSP art!!! in More Art, Less Craft: Completed Works by dreadful penny on: June 02, 2006 05:56:02 AM
I have a 'thing' about Titanic, and did a series of 'Future Echos' photomainips...
This is one of myself on the Grand Staircase:

and I saw this as a teeny little smiley, and knew it had to be recreated big and bold! It is going to be used on laminates for myself and co-workers (I work at a major musical instrument retailer - we say this phrase far too often):

Since I spend *way* too much time in front of Photoshop (and never enough time on 3 dimensional crafting) I'm very glad this thread emerged.
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3  siamese bunnies need your help in Toys, Dolls and Playthings: Discussion and Questions by dreadful penny on: March 28, 2006 05:18:36 AM
I recon'd the bunnies, but now they need to become a wedding present...
Anyone have any ideas as to how to suggest bride and groom-ness without getting too elaborate or 'cute'.
Thinking of a top hat, veil, and flowers, but I'd also like to give them somewhat of an edge, Rock n' roll 'em a bit... Anyone have any brilliant suggestions as I am slightly tapped.
Huh


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4  recon duckie stuffie in Toys, Dolls and Playthings: Completed Projects by dreadful penny on: March 26, 2006 09:26:53 AM
I made this over coffee this morning. I got the duckies at the dollar tree, ripped, stitched and giggled the whole time I was sewing it. Super easy to do as the fur is much like fun-fur yarn and hides the stitches well (I hand stitched it), very forgiving stuff.
I will give all credit for the genesis of this humble duckie to Cat at Morbid Tendencies (http://www.morbidtendencies.com)! She's an absolute genius (and I really really hope she won't be mad at me for doing this) and as soon as I can afford to I want to join her Unfortunate Animal of the Month Club. Until then I will cuddle my squshy mutant duckie.

BTW - my mom said she didn't know if she sould feel sad or laugh when she looked at him... I told her by all means to laugh... The duckies are very happy this way!  Grin
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