Project 52: Week 11Sea Witchkatrinapallon.wordpress.com

Project 52: Week 11
Sea Witch
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Project 52: Week 10Exit Woundskatrinapallon.wordpress.com
Sometimes our best products are born out of our darkest moments.**Something I drew for International Women’s Day, which I  failed to upload on time. Better late than never.

Project 52: Week 10
Exit Wounds
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Sometimes our best products are born out of our darkest moments.

**Something I drew for International Women’s Day, which I  failed to upload on time. Better late than never.

This came with the Hello Kitty bento I recreated yesterday. It has two salmon onigiris, sausage and tamagoyaki flowers, a couple of fish sausage strawberries, and an extra stuffed red pepper.

This came with the Hello Kitty bento I recreated yesterday. It has two salmon onigiris, sausage and tamagoyaki flowers, a couple of fish sausage strawberries, and an extra stuffed red pepper.

Hello Kitty bento! It’s got apples made of ground beef stuffed in red peppers with cheese, fish sausage strawberries, cherry tomatoes, broccoli, and a flower sausage.

Hello Kitty bento! It’s got apples made of ground beef stuffed in red peppers with cheese, fish sausage strawberries, cherry tomatoes, broccoli, and a flower sausage.

I finally got to make a Doraemon bento yesterday! It consists of simmered chicken in grated potatoes, baked beans, tamagoyaki (Doraemon’s bell), cherry tomatoes, carrots, and broccoli.

I finally got to make a Doraemon bento yesterday! It consists of simmered chicken in grated potatoes, baked beans, tamagoyaki (Doraemon’s bell), cherry tomatoes, carrots, and broccoli.

A detail of one of the two 6ft x 4ft paintings I am currently finishing. Largest pieces I’ve made, so far. Can’t wait to post photos of the two as soon as they’re completed.

A detail of one of the two 6ft x 4ft paintings I am currently finishing. Largest pieces I’ve made, so far. Can’t wait to post photos of the two as soon as they’re completed.

dodo-forever asked: Please can you help me with my art project. I am doing GCSE art and I am studying your work as my chosen artist for my exam piece. your work is beautiful so I would like to make a mask inspired by your work but I was wondering if you used an actual mask and papier-mâchéd over the top of it or used something else to make the shape. Thank you.

Hi there! I just replied to your email. Answering this one here as well: I have different molds shaped from faces of a few of my friends. I usually make full faced-papier mâchés with lots of extra space above the forehead even if the client’s order is just a half-mask, so that I have enough room to cut it into whatever shape I want. Don’t hesitate to ask if you have any more questions. Best of luck on your art project and thank you!

This mural at the Early Bird Breakfast Club (Fort Strip branch) is love!

This mural at the Early Bird Breakfast Club (Fort Strip branch) is love!

Late post. I leveled up my cooking skills a couple of weeks ago by making seafood pho. Lots of basil in there and a sprinkling of lemon.

Late post. I leveled up my cooking skills a couple of weeks ago by making seafood pho. Lots of basil in there and a sprinkling of lemon.

This is Darcy. She’s the first guitar I custom painted. Owned and assembled by Arthur Piccio of Death By Elephant, she’s mostly a hand-carved Lefty SG Copy. Her specs are as follows:

-26” Scale
-22 Frets
-Set neck
-Capiz shell trapezoid inlay
-Body from right-handed Tokai SG
-Wood of unknown origin
-Lanka neck with kamagong cap
-Black Gotoh tuners
-Non-adjustable extra thick steel truss rod calibrated for 10’s and 11’s
-Graphtech nut and and high-mass steel saddles
-CTS pots
-Switchcraft selector
-Standard frets
-Hand-carved Bakelite plastic fake Truss rod cover and pickguard
-Modified low-output Tokai Bridge pickup and really HOT Hamer USA Neck Pickups

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