Today I picked up my first #GOTG Funko Mystery Mini and got the metallic version of Ronan. BOOM!!!!
Wednesday, April 29, 2015
Saturday, April 25, 2015
Wednesday, April 15, 2015
Over the past few weeks me and my good buddy Joey have been playing around with casting Vinyl figures.
We first made a silicone mold of Bebops (TMNT) head.
Here's an inside look at the mold after we pulled the original head out. It took about 4 hours to harden.
We cast a few heads, just to see how it would work. And boy oh boy did it turn out great.
Then we cast a **broken** Frankenstein medallion I had.
We cast it with clear resin as well.
Tuesday, April 14, 2015
Monday, April 13, 2015
Monday, April 6, 2015
Terry Garrett recently asked me to be part of a journal collaboration with him and I jumped at the opportunity. He's an amazing guy and even greater artist. Although our styles dramatically vary one another's, it was just about being open to the idea of someone else's work. You know, figuring out how to meld the two together. Much like collage work.
Pictured above is my contribution to the book and now I'll mail this puppy off and see what he comes up with. In return he'll mail me a book that he has started and I'll work around, over and with whatever he has laid down. So keep your eyes peeled for another post about his book.
Stay tuned true believers....
Friday, March 27, 2015
Tuesday, March 24, 2015
This is a quick post to showcase a Mixed Media painting I did over the weekend called Space Cadet. I had to scan this bad boy in quickly, because he's already sold and off to his new owner.
Till next time true believers......
Tuesday, March 17, 2015
Friday, March 6, 2015
Tuesday, March 3, 2015
I've been absent from my blog as of late. Quite honestly I'm just stretched way to thin. However, I'm back with another post and a glimpse at some completed Journal pages. The plan is to begin selling printing, stickers, etc on my upcoming Etsy site to help fuel this Juggernaut. Hope you enjoy......
Friday, February 13, 2015
This is the final piece that I created per a friends request for the Hope for the Homeless
center. It was a blast to make, and quite frankly it's hard to let go of. But alas it will be going to a good home.
First up, I inked out the drawing and water colored the little lady on a separate piece of cold press paper.
Then I busted out my Dr. Ph Martin water colors to create the background.
I saturated the page with water and let the color run together.
A technique I learned from this video:
Then came the air brushing. Of which I used a random ABC stencil to create a funky background.
Then I glued the little lady down.
Airbrushed a Sun...it seemed fitting.
And finally I aged a piece of paper with the sentence "It Only Takes a Seed" and burned the edges.
This piece was a hoot to create and I just love the final product.
What do you think?
Cheers, Sir Lapsley
Thursday, February 5, 2015
More pages in my "Playground" Journal....
The page on the left is a mixed media page that includes old magazine pages, my mobile art, water color cut outs and air brush.
(Shout out to Caterina for telling my about Matte Medium)
The page on the left is a work in progress. It started from a piece of "Structure Art" my wife showed me called Salvation Mountain. The plan is to water color in the page and see what else hits me. So stay tuned.
Thanks for stopping by.....
Also here are some other finished Journal pages: