It has risen.
It has risen.
come git it!
carved, inlaid. just need to be sealed.
I’m trying my hand at a pair of custom, commissioned gauges. The first one is pretty far along. They’re carved from wood colonized by green stain fungi, and inlaid with river-tumbled mica. The mica has not been set in yet, just placed where it will be living very soon :)
My live painting from Halloween night at the Middle East in Cambridge! 24X36, acrylic on spray paint on canvas. Thanks to The Brain Trust, CinderBlockHustle, Supersillyus, Blue Boy Productions, and Thriftworks for an amazing Halloween!!!!
I’ll add more to it later, but this mask is ready for Halloween!!! I haven’t made a halloween mask in years, so I’m really excited about this one :)
I’ll add more to it later, but this mask is ready for Halloween!!! I haven’t made a halloween mask in years, so I’m really excited about this one :) I hope to make an entire suit of armor to go with it before next year.
The pic is a bit blurry, but this is the live painting I did on Wednesday night at the Phutureprimitive show! 18X18, acrylic on spray paint. sold.
It’s super tiny, but I found a Wulfenite crystal in one of the rocks I collected at Loudville Mine a couple of weeks back.
Wulfenite and Pyromorphite on quartz from Loudville Mine, MA
look how excited the mushrooms in Franklin Park are for Halloween!!
I was finally able to draw this dream I had 7 years ago. I never could get it quite right. I’ve been able to draw dreams related to this one before, but was never able to capture this one. Prismacolor markers and Sharpies.
Violet Coral Fungus (Clavaria zollengeri)
… is a widely distributed species of fungus. It produces striking tubular, purple to pinkish-violet fruit bodies that grow up to 10 cm (3.9 in) tall and 7 cm (2.8 in) wide. The extreme tips of the fragile, slender branches are usually rounded and brownish. A typical member of the clavarioid or club fungi, Clavaria zollingeri is saprobic, and so derives nutrients by breaking down organic matter. The fruit bodies are typically found growing on the ground in woodland litter, or in grasslands…
(read more: Wikipedia) photograph by Dan Molter
wow amazing photo
Another find from Loudville Mine, some kind of crystals growing on quartz crystals. What are they?!