Steve was an artist who expressed himself through steel sculpture and freehand plasma cutting, as well as pen and ink drawing. His passion for Mad Max, military vehicles and comic books, particularly the Fantastic Four, was unmatched. He was an incredible husband, father, and friend. He loved to travel with his family, which he did every moment he got, and lived a life with few regrets.
Please continue to browse his work, comment and appreciate what he shared with the world.
Steve passed away in the hospital December 7th, 2015 after a 3 month battle with aggressive cancer.
About 4 weeks ago I found out that My Cancer is back,I was so close to the "magic" two year mark that survivor,s fight to get To.
So the Plan is to remove part of my lower jaw and replace it with a bone graft from my leg.So i'll be in the hospital for 2 to 3 weeks or more on a feeding tube.it's a 10 hr surgery. I have surgery date Now Sept 18th, 5:00 am . 10 hrs + down in Milwaukee WI. At Froedtert Cancer Center. further down the road then I'd like but I guess getting all the ENT specialist in one operating room must be very problematic.
.Please keep my wife and Kids in your Thoughts and Prayers.
I Am very positive I can beat this ag
Building A 22 ft steel Mechbot statue by BROKENHILL, journal
Building A 22 ft steel Mechbot statue
Picking up were I stopped after I got sick(neck cancer). Working on my 6000lb steel Mechbot statue that"ll be 22 ft tall when I'm done .this just the torso no head on it yet.
also wishing a happy new year to all!