Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Control Panel, Check!

As you may already know, I'm currently working as the artist/executive producer for a documentary called "Santas on the Move" (a film that explores the once yearly, and incredibly jolly event, Santacon). One of my most recent contributions for this film was creating a design used to laser-cut a control panel out of plexiglass. This control panel is going to allow the fellow Santas to interact with the Robot-Santa featured in this film. By a push of the button, a Santacon participant will be able to turn on the robot's lights, dispense candy, or activate its robot voice.

Santacon is only a month away, and I still have a lot to do! Between now and then I will be working on the Robot's paint job, designing an image to laser on moleskines as well as use for posters, and building an official website where we will post the final product of this documentary. I've got my work cut out for me, but I am very happy to be a part of this project :D

Yessir...we cut this bad boy with a laser...

Tuesday, November 9, 2010

Something cute to wake up to...

Say good morning to Assiqtaq!

Sunday, November 7, 2010

A little bit o' this...a little bit o' ... SQUID!

I recently purchased a sewing machine, that of which I named Dapper Dan. The first thing I sewed on it was the tentacle skirt for my Ursula costume. I had never used a sewing machine before this, so for what little sewing experience I had, the skirt turned out pretty well. I got it done by Halloween day and walked the streets of Manhattan with Waldo and Mia (after she got stabbed in the heart by a hypodermic needle). I couldn't find an Ursula wig, and my purple face makeup didn't apply evenly, so I ended up scratching both and decided to improvise. I ended up looking more like a young Ursula, but my shell had an LED light in it that made it glow! It looked so cool.

Hope you had a Happy Halloween!

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