Paperclip Sculptures: Primarily constructed by hand. That includes straightening and wrapping. If I need a tight hold I use my pliers, otherwise it’s all by hand.
I also entered my music note into the state fair (not pictured) and recieved 2nd place.
on the last day of the state fair, I volunteered my time to show off my craft. In the last two pictures you can see the table where I just came up with things and made them.
Dustpunk? I guess. Maybe steampunk? Flux Capacitor.
There you go.
First in my [insert snazzy planned name here] collection. Just kidding, it just brings petrified paperclip art with a dash of glitter. Ok lots of glitter.
Bezel Bracelets: Supernatural & Emergency!
Currently I will not be making more of these because Michael’s has discontinued selling the square bezel. I find it extremely difficult to cut out the oval ones with the photopaper (the Supernatural bracelet)
Magnet: Johnny & Roy
"Is that your USB?": I saw on how-to a lot of people making their own steampunk USB units. I am not a metalsmith nor do I know what to do with circuit boards. So what do I do? Throw together my best attempt. Decor is made from an old clock (1980 pendulum battery powered). Who cares, it still looks awesome!
Painted Stencil: Johnny & Roy
It isn’t much, but I did tinker the image on paint.net, cut out all the black with my trusty knife, and paint it on canvas.
There’s enough footwork in there to sit back and go “cool”
Christmas had me tied up with making gifts and other things. Once I get rested, I’ll be back in full swing with creation. For now I’m going to stick with making magnets of old television personalities/shows. (With exception to Supernatural)
Steampunk (if you’d call it that) pocket watch
Resin Pendants Set #1