I've had this design in my mind for a long time, and finally had the materials to construct it. There are a lot of wonderful keys in this piece!
The main key is a flat key - so it will sit well without being very heavy. It shows a bit of its age though, darkened and a bit pitted by time. From the center dangles one of the silver-toned drops that are featured throughout this piece. This large key is about 4.5cm long (1.7in). Flanking that are 2 decorative keys with lovely heart designs - another feature that is repeated again.
I've seen a lot of key designs around but I wanted something a bit simpler I guess. A version of this got used in a shot by some models in Dec. Hope I'll have a sample to show you now. Its up on my clockworkzero ETSY site: [link] The two brass and steel keys are very, very nice - and they are real winding keys as well! I've added a little piece of hardware in front of them to compliment the silver bottoms. One is a size 3 and one is a size 10! These keys were once used to wind clocks.
All of this is strung on a lovely link chain - 3 small links and a longer twisted one. Its a heavy chain that works very well with all the silvery goodness in this necklace.
this is a Moving Movement piece of jewelry that I know someone will adore.... its got a fantastic engraved balance and the balance wheel - that studded gear - spins perfectly. I even did a YouTube vid of it moving - not very exciting but at least it shows how it works!
I went with a Sea Monster theme - Here There be Monsters - because the wheel reminded me of the end of POTC - where Jack Sparrow madly spins the wheel - "show me that horizon"!
Often the older watch pieces get damaged - especially the hairsprings - but this one is wonderful and should be carefully spun.
If you want to see it in action try surfing here: [link] Or simply look it up on YouTube under CLOCKWORKZERO
I think ole Jack Sparrow would have worn this!
There's a better description with the size etc over here: [link]
The Son of Mephisto and unholy terror, Blackheart is quite possibly the most powerful supernatural villain in the Marvel Universe. This time I've created him as he's drawn in the 'Venom Circle of Four' storyline. This custom Blackheart Marvel Legends was made entirely from a Spiderman Infinite Legends Green Goblin build-a-figure. The head was resculpted, pants shaved off and resculpted, spikes added to the limbs, and over two hundred individual foam rubber spines attached to his head and back. Add a Spawn Demon bendy-tail and flame effect that came with one of the arms and Blackheart is ready to corrupt any hero that crosses his path!
I was bored in my animation studio, and while looking back at old pictures on DA, I got the idea to do this.
The idea is someone living with everything they own on a 1948 Indian bike during a post apocalyptic event, like mad-max, but its a bike instead of a car. The rest of the idea came from an old picture I drew.
(Edit): Showed this to a friend, and once I get a larger SD card for my camera I'm going to make a video with this
Used a model 48 Indian bike, various bits of equipment from all sorts of miniature figure brands, GI-Joe, BBI, Dragon, and CY-CZ
I made this quite a while ago, but only recently decided to finish him up and post him. The reason I consider him a dire wolf is his size. He's only a head and neck but is 28" long which is bigger than a lot of my full-bodied puppets. He's made of sculpted foam and faux fur.