Cuddle up under a Stellar Quilt and get ready to watch Cosmos.
Post-Halloween sale. Dead Hungry is only $0.99!
Hey, y’all. I know some of my followers would enjoy my uncle’s horror book. It just went on sale! I would recommend not eating while reading it - that is, unless you’ve already got the hankerin’ for some human leg.
“Flesh: It’s What’s For Dinner. Ghouls are overrunning Chicago. With an appetite for the dead, it doesn’t matter if it’s road-kill, bodies from the morgue, or the recently buried. For Tucker Smith, life is now scarier than the horror novels he studies. He soon discovers that low-budget horror movies, reality TV shows, and cultural sensitivity collide with family secrets.”
I made Geddy a path mule in my Animal Crossing crossing game and he looks pretty good in a Sailor Moon cut out.
Oh, I’m also editing this to add that I had a dream that I found an old VHS hidden in my house. It was of the entire Les Miserables movie (which I have not seen nor actually know any songs from). There were random songs cut from the movie and replaced with a video of Geddy sitting on a stool in an empty room in a spotlight and mocking the singing. Much like the bird in this video.
HERE IS ANOTHER PICTURE OF US
ONE WHERE SNAZZY IS MORE THAN JUST A HEAD ;w;
PEOPLE look at the joy on her faaaace. ;_; People should surprise other people by hiding in a box more often.
I GOT A MOIRAIL FOR MY BIRTHDAY
I WENT OUTSIDE OF WHERE I WORK AND SNAZZY WAS IN A BOX
CRIES FOREVER BEST BIRTHDAY PRESENT OF ALL TIME
Artist Shintaro Ohata Seamlessly Blends Sculpture and Canvas to Create 3D Paintings
When first viewing the artwork of Shintaro Ohata up close it appears the scenes are made from simple oil paints, but take a step back and you’re in for a surprise. Each piece is actually a hybrid of painted canvas and sculpture that blend almost flawlessly in color and texture to create a single image. The cinematic figures are sculpted from polystyrene while the backgrounds are made from traditional painting techniques.
Here are some more ideas for the Rush quilt blocks. I still have Caress of Steel, Hold your Fire, Snakes and Arrows, and Clockwork Angels. But I’m still struggling on how I can do those with only triangles and squares. If anyone has any advice, send me a message. It would be greatly appreciated :)
And, of course, I still have the debut album, which is sketched out. It’s based off of this person’s tutorial.
In any case, the mock ups look a little silly now, but they’ll look super awesome with the appropriate fabrics and embroidering. I have no idea how one would get started on such a big project and without much of a fabric stash…
I’m thinking about making a Rush quilt, but I can’t decide if it’s silly or not. I wanted to do kind of abstract blocks for each studio album cover by simplifying the images down to just squares/rectangles and triangles. Then I would arrange them sort of like the first picture.
Here are rough versions of three of the albums I did today using some free quilting program that you can find from this website. They wouldn’t be cut and pieced exactly like the lines imply in the pictures I just couldn’t figure out how to erase the unnecessary ones..
Most of the blocks will be 30”x30”, the two center ones will be 50”x30”, and the Starman (Which would actually be red) will be 50”x60”. So the total quilt will be about 15’x10’.
It would be an ambitious project and would take a long time to design it and create it. Like. a block a month or less What do you guys think? Should I give it a go?