BATGIRL FTW
So elusive-j put Batgirl #35 (written by brendenfletcher) into my hands the other day and god am I glad she did. I used to scoff at DC, swearing my undying allegiance to Marvel and Marvel alone, unwilling to plunge myself into what I thought to bed dark, gloomy and self-involved plotlines of the forever depressive Batman and his unbearably naive counterpart Superman.
I was so wrong…!
Batgirl is fresh, new, colorful; with real life and real characters and amazing art. I was immediately taken by the complexity of her personality - she is a human and acts the way humans do - sometimes awesomely, but also sometimes wrongly or selfishly. She doesn’t have this “nobility-sooper-righteousness-I-am-god-of-good” complex and in three words - I loved it. 
And then! babsdraws came to fantasticcomics and I got to meet her and show off the piece to her and get my issue autographed, which was amazing even though I just babbled incoherently the whole time. 
So I hope you all enjoy this last piece, probably the last one for a bit of a while - Midterm #2 just happened in the class I teach and now I have 220 copies to grade. Yeah. 
It is made of about 176 pieces of glass (although I’m sure I counted it wrong), some of which are… really small. I think the smallest one is the tiny bit of hair strand on top of her jacket, a couple of millimeters long. My large SAGA Alana piece had about the same number of individual glass pieces! 
The hair is a whispy orange, the painted-on details are the face, ear, gloves, satchel and boot laces - everything else is solder lines. I wanted to maintain the illusion that she is swinging from the rope she is holding by attaching the anchor ring atop her hand, where the rope end would be. The yellow glass for the cloak is actually wavy and textured waterglass to give it the impression that it is a wavy piece of fabric (you can kind of see it in the third picture). 
:D
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BATGIRL FTW
So elusive-j put Batgirl #35 (written by brendenfletcher) into my hands the other day and god am I glad she did. I used to scoff at DC, swearing my undying allegiance to Marvel and Marvel alone, unwilling to plunge myself into what I thought to bed dark, gloomy and self-involved plotlines of the forever depressive Batman and his unbearably naive counterpart Superman.
I was so wrong…!
Batgirl is fresh, new, colorful; with real life and real characters and amazing art. I was immediately taken by the complexity of her personality - she is a human and acts the way humans do - sometimes awesomely, but also sometimes wrongly or selfishly. She doesn’t have this “nobility-sooper-righteousness-I-am-god-of-good” complex and in three words - I loved it. 
And then! babsdraws came to fantasticcomics and I got to meet her and show off the piece to her and get my issue autographed, which was amazing even though I just babbled incoherently the whole time. 
So I hope you all enjoy this last piece, probably the last one for a bit of a while - Midterm #2 just happened in the class I teach and now I have 220 copies to grade. Yeah. 
It is made of about 176 pieces of glass (although I’m sure I counted it wrong), some of which are… really small. I think the smallest one is the tiny bit of hair strand on top of her jacket, a couple of millimeters long. My large SAGA Alana piece had about the same number of individual glass pieces! 
The hair is a whispy orange, the painted-on details are the face, ear, gloves, satchel and boot laces - everything else is solder lines. I wanted to maintain the illusion that she is swinging from the rope she is holding by attaching the anchor ring atop her hand, where the rope end would be. The yellow glass for the cloak is actually wavy and textured waterglass to give it the impression that it is a wavy piece of fabric (you can kind of see it in the third picture). 
:D
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BATGIRL FTW
So elusive-j put Batgirl #35 (written by brendenfletcher) into my hands the other day and god am I glad she did. I used to scoff at DC, swearing my undying allegiance to Marvel and Marvel alone, unwilling to plunge myself into what I thought to bed dark, gloomy and self-involved plotlines of the forever depressive Batman and his unbearably naive counterpart Superman.
I was so wrong…!
Batgirl is fresh, new, colorful; with real life and real characters and amazing art. I was immediately taken by the complexity of her personality - she is a human and acts the way humans do - sometimes awesomely, but also sometimes wrongly or selfishly. She doesn’t have this “nobility-sooper-righteousness-I-am-god-of-good” complex and in three words - I loved it. 
And then! babsdraws came to fantasticcomics and I got to meet her and show off the piece to her and get my issue autographed, which was amazing even though I just babbled incoherently the whole time. 
So I hope you all enjoy this last piece, probably the last one for a bit of a while - Midterm #2 just happened in the class I teach and now I have 220 copies to grade. Yeah. 
It is made of about 176 pieces of glass (although I’m sure I counted it wrong), some of which are… really small. I think the smallest one is the tiny bit of hair strand on top of her jacket, a couple of millimeters long. My large SAGA Alana piece had about the same number of individual glass pieces! 
The hair is a whispy orange, the painted-on details are the face, ear, gloves, satchel and boot laces - everything else is solder lines. I wanted to maintain the illusion that she is swinging from the rope she is holding by attaching the anchor ring atop her hand, where the rope end would be. The yellow glass for the cloak is actually wavy and textured waterglass to give it the impression that it is a wavy piece of fabric (you can kind of see it in the third picture). 
:D
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BATGIRL FTW
So elusive-j put Batgirl #35 (written by brendenfletcher) into my hands the other day and god am I glad she did. I used to scoff at DC, swearing my undying allegiance to Marvel and Marvel alone, unwilling to plunge myself into what I thought to bed dark, gloomy and self-involved plotlines of the forever depressive Batman and his unbearably naive counterpart Superman.
I was so wrong…!
Batgirl is fresh, new, colorful; with real life and real characters and amazing art. I was immediately taken by the complexity of her personality - she is a human and acts the way humans do - sometimes awesomely, but also sometimes wrongly or selfishly. She doesn’t have this “nobility-sooper-righteousness-I-am-god-of-good” complex and in three words - I loved it. 
And then! babsdraws came to fantasticcomics and I got to meet her and show off the piece to her and get my issue autographed, which was amazing even though I just babbled incoherently the whole time. 
So I hope you all enjoy this last piece, probably the last one for a bit of a while - Midterm #2 just happened in the class I teach and now I have 220 copies to grade. Yeah. 
It is made of about 176 pieces of glass (although I’m sure I counted it wrong), some of which are… really small. I think the smallest one is the tiny bit of hair strand on top of her jacket, a couple of millimeters long. My large SAGA Alana piece had about the same number of individual glass pieces! 
The hair is a whispy orange, the painted-on details are the face, ear, gloves, satchel and boot laces - everything else is solder lines. I wanted to maintain the illusion that she is swinging from the rope she is holding by attaching the anchor ring atop her hand, where the rope end would be. The yellow glass for the cloak is actually wavy and textured waterglass to give it the impression that it is a wavy piece of fabric (you can kind of see it in the third picture). 
:D
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BATGIRL FTW
So elusive-j put Batgirl #35 (written by brendenfletcher) into my hands the other day and god am I glad she did. I used to scoff at DC, swearing my undying allegiance to Marvel and Marvel alone, unwilling to plunge myself into what I thought to bed dark, gloomy and self-involved plotlines of the forever depressive Batman and his unbearably naive counterpart Superman.
I was so wrong…!
Batgirl is fresh, new, colorful; with real life and real characters and amazing art. I was immediately taken by the complexity of her personality - she is a human and acts the way humans do - sometimes awesomely, but also sometimes wrongly or selfishly. She doesn’t have this “nobility-sooper-righteousness-I-am-god-of-good” complex and in three words - I loved it. 
And then! babsdraws came to fantasticcomics and I got to meet her and show off the piece to her and get my issue autographed, which was amazing even though I just babbled incoherently the whole time. 
So I hope you all enjoy this last piece, probably the last one for a bit of a while - Midterm #2 just happened in the class I teach and now I have 220 copies to grade. Yeah. 
It is made of about 176 pieces of glass (although I’m sure I counted it wrong), some of which are… really small. I think the smallest one is the tiny bit of hair strand on top of her jacket, a couple of millimeters long. My large SAGA Alana piece had about the same number of individual glass pieces! 
The hair is a whispy orange, the painted-on details are the face, ear, gloves, satchel and boot laces - everything else is solder lines. I wanted to maintain the illusion that she is swinging from the rope she is holding by attaching the anchor ring atop her hand, where the rope end would be. The yellow glass for the cloak is actually wavy and textured waterglass to give it the impression that it is a wavy piece of fabric (you can kind of see it in the third picture). 
:D
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BATGIRL FTW
So elusive-j put Batgirl #35 (written by brendenfletcher) into my hands the other day and god am I glad she did. I used to scoff at DC, swearing my undying allegiance to Marvel and Marvel alone, unwilling to plunge myself into what I thought to bed dark, gloomy and self-involved plotlines of the forever depressive Batman and his unbearably naive counterpart Superman.
I was so wrong…!
Batgirl is fresh, new, colorful; with real life and real characters and amazing art. I was immediately taken by the complexity of her personality - she is a human and acts the way humans do - sometimes awesomely, but also sometimes wrongly or selfishly. She doesn’t have this “nobility-sooper-righteousness-I-am-god-of-good” complex and in three words - I loved it. 
And then! babsdraws came to fantasticcomics and I got to meet her and show off the piece to her and get my issue autographed, which was amazing even though I just babbled incoherently the whole time. 
So I hope you all enjoy this last piece, probably the last one for a bit of a while - Midterm #2 just happened in the class I teach and now I have 220 copies to grade. Yeah. 
It is made of about 176 pieces of glass (although I’m sure I counted it wrong), some of which are… really small. I think the smallest one is the tiny bit of hair strand on top of her jacket, a couple of millimeters long. My large SAGA Alana piece had about the same number of individual glass pieces! 
The hair is a whispy orange, the painted-on details are the face, ear, gloves, satchel and boot laces - everything else is solder lines. I wanted to maintain the illusion that she is swinging from the rope she is holding by attaching the anchor ring atop her hand, where the rope end would be. The yellow glass for the cloak is actually wavy and textured waterglass to give it the impression that it is a wavy piece of fabric (you can kind of see it in the third picture). 
:D
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BATGIRL FTW
So elusive-j put Batgirl #35 (written by brendenfletcher) into my hands the other day and god am I glad she did. I used to scoff at DC, swearing my undying allegiance to Marvel and Marvel alone, unwilling to plunge myself into what I thought to bed dark, gloomy and self-involved plotlines of the forever depressive Batman and his unbearably naive counterpart Superman.
I was so wrong…!
Batgirl is fresh, new, colorful; with real life and real characters and amazing art. I was immediately taken by the complexity of her personality - she is a human and acts the way humans do - sometimes awesomely, but also sometimes wrongly or selfishly. She doesn’t have this “nobility-sooper-righteousness-I-am-god-of-good” complex and in three words - I loved it. 
And then! babsdraws came to fantasticcomics and I got to meet her and show off the piece to her and get my issue autographed, which was amazing even though I just babbled incoherently the whole time. 
So I hope you all enjoy this last piece, probably the last one for a bit of a while - Midterm #2 just happened in the class I teach and now I have 220 copies to grade. Yeah. 
It is made of about 176 pieces of glass (although I’m sure I counted it wrong), some of which are… really small. I think the smallest one is the tiny bit of hair strand on top of her jacket, a couple of millimeters long. My large SAGA Alana piece had about the same number of individual glass pieces! 
The hair is a whispy orange, the painted-on details are the face, ear, gloves, satchel and boot laces - everything else is solder lines. I wanted to maintain the illusion that she is swinging from the rope she is holding by attaching the anchor ring atop her hand, where the rope end would be. The yellow glass for the cloak is actually wavy and textured waterglass to give it the impression that it is a wavy piece of fabric (you can kind of see it in the third picture). 
:D
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BATGIRL FTW
So elusive-j put Batgirl #35 (written by brendenfletcher) into my hands the other day and god am I glad she did. I used to scoff at DC, swearing my undying allegiance to Marvel and Marvel alone, unwilling to plunge myself into what I thought to bed dark, gloomy and self-involved plotlines of the forever depressive Batman and his unbearably naive counterpart Superman.
I was so wrong…!
Batgirl is fresh, new, colorful; with real life and real characters and amazing art. I was immediately taken by the complexity of her personality - she is a human and acts the way humans do - sometimes awesomely, but also sometimes wrongly or selfishly. She doesn’t have this “nobility-sooper-righteousness-I-am-god-of-good” complex and in three words - I loved it. 
And then! babsdraws came to fantasticcomics and I got to meet her and show off the piece to her and get my issue autographed, which was amazing even though I just babbled incoherently the whole time. 
So I hope you all enjoy this last piece, probably the last one for a bit of a while - Midterm #2 just happened in the class I teach and now I have 220 copies to grade. Yeah. 
It is made of about 176 pieces of glass (although I’m sure I counted it wrong), some of which are… really small. I think the smallest one is the tiny bit of hair strand on top of her jacket, a couple of millimeters long. My large SAGA Alana piece had about the same number of individual glass pieces! 
The hair is a whispy orange, the painted-on details are the face, ear, gloves, satchel and boot laces - everything else is solder lines. I wanted to maintain the illusion that she is swinging from the rope she is holding by attaching the anchor ring atop her hand, where the rope end would be. The yellow glass for the cloak is actually wavy and textured waterglass to give it the impression that it is a wavy piece of fabric (you can kind of see it in the third picture). 
:D
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BATGIRL FTW

So elusive-j put Batgirl #35 (written by brendenfletcher) into my hands the other day and god am I glad she did. I used to scoff at DC, swearing my undying allegiance to Marvel and Marvel alone, unwilling to plunge myself into what I thought to bed dark, gloomy and self-involved plotlines of the forever depressive Batman and his unbearably naive counterpart Superman.

I was so wrong…!

Batgirl is fresh, new, colorful; with real life and real characters and amazing art. I was immediately taken by the complexity of her personality - she is a human and acts the way humans do - sometimes awesomely, but also sometimes wrongly or selfishly. She doesn’t have this “nobility-sooper-righteousness-I-am-god-of-good” complex and in three words - I loved it. 

And then! babsdraws came to fantasticcomics and I got to meet her and show off the piece to her and get my issue autographed, which was amazing even though I just babbled incoherently the whole time. 

So I hope you all enjoy this last piece, probably the last one for a bit of a while - Midterm #2 just happened in the class I teach and now I have 220 copies to grade. Yeah. 

It is made of about 176 pieces of glass (although I’m sure I counted it wrong), some of which are… really small. I think the smallest one is the tiny bit of hair strand on top of her jacket, a couple of millimeters long. My large SAGA Alana piece had about the same number of individual glass pieces! 

The hair is a whispy orange, the painted-on details are the face, ear, gloves, satchel and boot laces - everything else is solder lines. I wanted to maintain the illusion that she is swinging from the rope she is holding by attaching the anchor ring atop her hand, where the rope end would be. The yellow glass for the cloak is actually wavy and textured waterglass to give it the impression that it is a wavy piece of fabric (you can kind of see it in the third picture)

:D

With Spiderwoman getting her own comic, I thought I’d make something to honor this wonderful character of the Marvel universe. :)
Original art by Dave Finch and Jeff De Los Santos. 
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With Spiderwoman getting her own comic, I thought I’d make something to honor this wonderful character of the Marvel universe. :)
Original art by Dave Finch and Jeff De Los Santos. 
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With Spiderwoman getting her own comic, I thought I’d make something to honor this wonderful character of the Marvel universe. :)
Original art by Dave Finch and Jeff De Los Santos. 
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With Spiderwoman getting her own comic, I thought I’d make something to honor this wonderful character of the Marvel universe. :)

Original art by Dave Finch and Jeff De Los Santos. 

BODE HEAD - Locke & Key
My first commission - the head of Bode, from what has now become my favorite American comic book of all time, Locke & Key - written by Joe Hill and illustrated by the incredible gr-comics (Gabriel Rodriguez). The piece is for a small child, so some of the “thoughts” have been replaced (namely, his father is not dead and he has no brothers or sisters). The metal gears are set with silicone adhesive and all of the details are painted on with fuse-on Vitrea paint (some while playing D&D! :P) 
I had a lot of fun making this, and I really hope that the new owners like it (they sure seemed to when I showed it to them!). I have wanted to do something Locke&Key-related for a while, so I am very happy that I got to make this piece. 
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BODE HEAD - Locke & Key
My first commission - the head of Bode, from what has now become my favorite American comic book of all time, Locke & Key - written by Joe Hill and illustrated by the incredible gr-comics (Gabriel Rodriguez). The piece is for a small child, so some of the “thoughts” have been replaced (namely, his father is not dead and he has no brothers or sisters). The metal gears are set with silicone adhesive and all of the details are painted on with fuse-on Vitrea paint (some while playing D&D! :P) 
I had a lot of fun making this, and I really hope that the new owners like it (they sure seemed to when I showed it to them!). I have wanted to do something Locke&Key-related for a while, so I am very happy that I got to make this piece. 
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BODE HEAD - Locke & Key
My first commission - the head of Bode, from what has now become my favorite American comic book of all time, Locke & Key - written by Joe Hill and illustrated by the incredible gr-comics (Gabriel Rodriguez). The piece is for a small child, so some of the “thoughts” have been replaced (namely, his father is not dead and he has no brothers or sisters). The metal gears are set with silicone adhesive and all of the details are painted on with fuse-on Vitrea paint (some while playing D&D! :P) 
I had a lot of fun making this, and I really hope that the new owners like it (they sure seemed to when I showed it to them!). I have wanted to do something Locke&Key-related for a while, so I am very happy that I got to make this piece. 
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BODE HEAD - Locke & Key
My first commission - the head of Bode, from what has now become my favorite American comic book of all time, Locke & Key - written by Joe Hill and illustrated by the incredible gr-comics (Gabriel Rodriguez). The piece is for a small child, so some of the “thoughts” have been replaced (namely, his father is not dead and he has no brothers or sisters). The metal gears are set with silicone adhesive and all of the details are painted on with fuse-on Vitrea paint (some while playing D&D! :P) 
I had a lot of fun making this, and I really hope that the new owners like it (they sure seemed to when I showed it to them!). I have wanted to do something Locke&Key-related for a while, so I am very happy that I got to make this piece. 
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BODE HEAD - Locke & Key
My first commission - the head of Bode, from what has now become my favorite American comic book of all time, Locke & Key - written by Joe Hill and illustrated by the incredible gr-comics (Gabriel Rodriguez). The piece is for a small child, so some of the “thoughts” have been replaced (namely, his father is not dead and he has no brothers or sisters). The metal gears are set with silicone adhesive and all of the details are painted on with fuse-on Vitrea paint (some while playing D&D! :P) 
I had a lot of fun making this, and I really hope that the new owners like it (they sure seemed to when I showed it to them!). I have wanted to do something Locke&Key-related for a while, so I am very happy that I got to make this piece. 
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BODE HEAD - Locke & Key
My first commission - the head of Bode, from what has now become my favorite American comic book of all time, Locke & Key - written by Joe Hill and illustrated by the incredible gr-comics (Gabriel Rodriguez). The piece is for a small child, so some of the “thoughts” have been replaced (namely, his father is not dead and he has no brothers or sisters). The metal gears are set with silicone adhesive and all of the details are painted on with fuse-on Vitrea paint (some while playing D&D! :P) 
I had a lot of fun making this, and I really hope that the new owners like it (they sure seemed to when I showed it to them!). I have wanted to do something Locke&Key-related for a while, so I am very happy that I got to make this piece. 
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BODE HEAD - Locke & Key
My first commission - the head of Bode, from what has now become my favorite American comic book of all time, Locke & Key - written by Joe Hill and illustrated by the incredible gr-comics (Gabriel Rodriguez). The piece is for a small child, so some of the “thoughts” have been replaced (namely, his father is not dead and he has no brothers or sisters). The metal gears are set with silicone adhesive and all of the details are painted on with fuse-on Vitrea paint (some while playing D&D! :P) 
I had a lot of fun making this, and I really hope that the new owners like it (they sure seemed to when I showed it to them!). I have wanted to do something Locke&Key-related for a while, so I am very happy that I got to make this piece. 
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BODE HEAD - Locke & Key
My first commission - the head of Bode, from what has now become my favorite American comic book of all time, Locke & Key - written by Joe Hill and illustrated by the incredible gr-comics (Gabriel Rodriguez). The piece is for a small child, so some of the “thoughts” have been replaced (namely, his father is not dead and he has no brothers or sisters). The metal gears are set with silicone adhesive and all of the details are painted on with fuse-on Vitrea paint (some while playing D&D! :P) 
I had a lot of fun making this, and I really hope that the new owners like it (they sure seemed to when I showed it to them!). I have wanted to do something Locke&Key-related for a while, so I am very happy that I got to make this piece. 
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BODE HEAD - Locke & Key
My first commission - the head of Bode, from what has now become my favorite American comic book of all time, Locke & Key - written by Joe Hill and illustrated by the incredible gr-comics (Gabriel Rodriguez). The piece is for a small child, so some of the “thoughts” have been replaced (namely, his father is not dead and he has no brothers or sisters). The metal gears are set with silicone adhesive and all of the details are painted on with fuse-on Vitrea paint (some while playing D&D! :P) 
I had a lot of fun making this, and I really hope that the new owners like it (they sure seemed to when I showed it to them!). I have wanted to do something Locke&Key-related for a while, so I am very happy that I got to make this piece. 
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BODE HEAD - Locke & Key

My first commission - the head of Bode, from what has now become my favorite American comic book of all time, Locke & Key - written by Joe Hill and illustrated by the incredible gr-comics (Gabriel Rodriguez). The piece is for a small child, so some of the “thoughts” have been replaced (namely, his father is not dead and he has no brothers or sisters). The metal gears are set with silicone adhesive and all of the details are painted on with fuse-on Vitrea paint (some while playing D&D! :P) 

I had a lot of fun making this, and I really hope that the new owners like it (they sure seemed to when I showed it to them!). I have wanted to do something Locke&Key-related for a while, so I am very happy that I got to make this piece. 

Here they are, up at the studio where I am having a small opening type thing in celebration of being featured as their artist of the month! I am so excited, the pieces will be hanging there for the whole month of October! 

Here they are, up at the studio where I am having a small opening type thing in celebration of being featured as their artist of the month! I am so excited, the pieces will be hanging there for the whole month of October! 

My latest addition to my small portfolio - Lying Cat! From SAGA! Trying something new with the pendant thing. Art by the ever wonderful fionastaples. I was hesitant on the speech bubble, but really - Lying Cat would not be Lying Cat if it wasn’t saying “Lying”. 
I also love my new phone but the camera on it is rather TERRIBLE and the colors look all wrong. Here they look right hue-wise, but in real life they are much more saturated and less… “washed-out”. 
Hope you guys like it! 

My latest addition to my small portfolio - Lying Cat! From SAGA! Trying something new with the pendant thing. Art by the ever wonderful fionastaples. I was hesitant on the speech bubble, but really - Lying Cat would not be Lying Cat if it wasn’t saying “Lying”. 

I also love my new phone but the camera on it is rather TERRIBLE and the colors look all wrong. Here they look right hue-wise, but in real life they are much more saturated and less… “washed-out”. 

Hope you guys like it! 

Lothlorien leaves! I had some green glass leftover, and I rarely make green things, so I put it to good use. I left the solder without patina this time - they’re all silvery and shiny. 

They kinda look like little people in sleeping bags. :)
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Lothlorien leaves! I had some green glass leftover, and I rarely make green things, so I put it to good use. I left the solder without patina this time - they’re all silvery and shiny. 

They kinda look like little people in sleeping bags. :)
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Lothlorien leaves! I had some green glass leftover, and I rarely make green things, so I put it to good use. I left the solder without patina this time - they’re all silvery and shiny. 

They kinda look like little people in sleeping bags. :)

My Modest Beginning
The Stained Glass Garden has decided to feature me as artist of the month this October, so not only will my works be displayed there but there will also be a small reception type thing at the place, with some food and wine! If you are in the area you should stop by, say hi, and steal some grapes. The event runs from 5 to 7pm this October 3rd, Friday, and will happen at the Stained Glass Garden shop in Berkeley. It would be great to meet you all!

Somehow my feet always end up in most of my shots. Oh well.

My Modest Beginning
The Stained Glass Garden has decided to feature me as artist of the month this October, so not only will my works be displayed there but there will also be a small reception type thing at the place, with some food and wine! If you are in the area you should stop by, say hi, and steal some grapes. The event runs from 5 to 7pm this October 3rd, Friday, and will happen at the Stained Glass Garden shop in Berkeley. It would be great to meet you all! Somehow my feet always end up in most of my shots. Oh well.

Soldering SAGA! …at very high speed. This is a compressed version of 12 minutes of work - people on the interwebs seemed interested in how the process happens, so I filmed a short part of it to show you! All of the pieces are first “tacked” - which means that they are joined by small beads of solder such that they do not shift or move while you work on the long seams. The stuff I’m painting on is flux, which greatly improved the fluidity of the melted metal solder (60% Lead, 40% Tin). 

I haven’t posted in a while… Working on a commission right now, as a matter of fact! So in the meantime, here I am soldering Carol at the studio. 

I haven’t posted in a while… Working on a commission right now, as a matter of fact! So in the meantime, here I am soldering Carol at the studio.