I made my logo into a Sticker Board made of pallet wood and super-clear acrylic letters... so clear you can't even see them. Why did I do this? Because I could. I love this community!
This is my re-imagining of this album! I'm giving this away!
My friends have a Twitch show and their producer, who never appears on camera, has a unique name: Red Human. I framed a photo with all kinds of awesome elements using several kinds of materials and techniques: scroll saw, CNC carver, mat cutter, etc.
Find out if you're on the Naughty or Lice List by placing one of the magnetic checkmarks in a box. It will only stick to one. Only show one checkmark to a young child so they believe this is magically connected to Santa's List. Ideally, your child will start behaving.
Who doesn't love flying monkeys? I used my scroll saw to create this artwork and a bunch of tools, including the scroll saw, to make the frame. This is a logo for a YouTube consulting business I'm starting called: Wizard of Haas Productions.
How to paint the planet Arrakis from the book: Dune with spray paint... and make a picture frame... and cut glass for the frame... and apply a vinyl-cut sticker of House Atreides. I love using different mediums in my DIY art, in this case, paint and vinyl.
I love art deco and the movie: The Shining! That's why I got excited when I found a pair of awesome coasters at Blobfest, a Sci-Fi street fair in Phoenixville, PA, with the iconic rug pattern of the Overlook Hotel featured in the movie. These were too cool to simply...
I won some collectible Star Trek cards at a Dave & Buster's coin-pusher game recently and built a shadow box display case! It has a mirrored logo on the back so you can peek through and see the back sides of the cards. I just love it!
I took a tig welding class! This was my first experience with welding. For practice, I wrote my last name on a piece of steel. This is how I mounted it to display this artwork.
See how I made this '80s-style artwork with 3D letters! I mostly used my scroll saw. I love typography and the technology behind atomic timekeeping. Caesium's frequency (or Hertz) is exactly 9,192,631,770 (aka 1 second). Pretty awesome, huh?