I made these Playmobil customs of my all-time favourite comic character Hellboy. I used regular Playmobil Police Officers who I reworked completely into this cartoony version of Hellboy and his pals. Some of the Police station furniture worked really well as a BPRD headquarter.
Pendant carved from a quartz pebble and set with three glass balls. About 1.4 inches wide.
This pebble is translucent, mottled various pale grays. I hollowed out the lower half through the five openings at the bottom, and the four strips of stone that remain in the lower part arch under the empty space which extends up into stone to about the level of the two lower glass balls. You can see through the four arches from the ends of the piece. There are two long holes running left to right through the top part of the stone, for a pair of cords to hang it from for wearing.
Here are three saucer men that are companion pieces to -
I'm thinking of doing a whole bunch of these as pure "art" pieces without the coat hooks. I'll have to talk with my plastics guy about getting some nice green plastic to make some abduction rays though!
Ruin, made of a polystyrene package, some sticks, wire and sand It's supposed to be a concrete building that was unfinished, when it got the hell bombed out of it. Painted with water based acrylics, sometime in 2006.
Hiya folks! This here is a new piece I did for the Spacemas 2010 show at the Alcove gallery in Decatur, GA next weekend. The show is a home furnishings and fixtures show with a retro space theme and since I can't make a coffee table or something like that, I decided to make a mirror/coat rack! The helmet is a mirror and there are three hooks running along the bottom of the rocket. I did another one of these with different colors, as well as three little flying saucers with a hook on each of them as well. The rocket is around 34 inches long from the tip of the nose cone to the end of the flames. Hope you guys like it!
Acrylic paint on 3/4 inch MDF with mirror and coat hooks