Oh, oh, oh…I forgot about these. Do they count?
Lots of great stuff from everyone–helped inspire me to finally kick my butt into gear for my own stuff, but mainly to get items for a show “Buried at the Bazaar” this Saturday, and these are the first few…
Started on the Adam Savage/Punished Props Nazgul Gloves in EVA which I’ve been meaning to make for ages.
Not sure it will be for this Halloween but definitely a good option.!
Unfortunately not made on the glowforge and was my first time trying oil pastels… but it is Halloween themed
Just had to do these. I did hand cut the leather (they are about 11" tall x 6 x 2.5 deep)…
Lovely work, but I cant figure out what they are purse/clutch?
Small purses–zipper runs along the center of the “gusset” shoulder to shoulder… and option to loop onto a belt or the shoulder strap.
This is almost too cute to be Halloween What a great mix of tools to make it too.
Not kinda, very much like a bloody slide! This is so cool! I miss that show though
Wow, I’ve had my machine for over a yer now and haven’t got around to trying a really curved surface. This looks really amazing and even. I’ve dabbled in sandblasting and didn’t think the GF would come close to meeting the look, but these give me hope!
Man, I love nothing more than a woodcut-ish image and I just love the lines of this. Is thatone of the Lowes/home depot imitation marble tiles? I’ve never really appreciated the look of them, but they look great etched and colored.
OK, this is another project too cute to be scary! I was thinking of a way to let the neighborhood kids know we’re open for business on Halloween night and placing these along our little picket fence would do the trick. I hadn’t thought of the little tea lights and I’m pretty sure I have a bunch of them somewhere. Perfect inspiration for me!
Man, I couldn’t imagine having to do these by hand! GF to the rescue I’ve never had the desire to try foam, but this is about the third or fourth recent project that has really impressed me. I never knew cheap foam could look so amazing! Make sure and share the final project so I can see how it turns out.
This looks like a sign you’d see in Disneyland! Really interesting to see the progression of it.
Incredible work and design
The round strap hook on the right of the picture intrigues me. I’d love to know what that clasp-thing is and how it attaches to the bag.
While not officially Halloween, Día de Muertos is very much of the season and is one of my most favorite subjects to make and collect. (It falls on my birthday too, so even better ) The colors in your sugar skulls are so beautiful!
Oh wow, the etched color of these turned out great! The variation in the bat wings is really surprising and nice. I was thinking of doing my lady Catrina articulated “paper” doll in leather and seeing these kinda seals the deal. Thanks!.
Yes it is! I think it cost just under $2. I just picked up some more tiles (various marbled patterns/designs). I am hoping some of the slightly bumpy ones will work out.
YOU ALL INSPIRED ME!
I stayed up half the night designing and burning Jose Posada’s beautiful “La Calavera Catrina”. (She’s 11" tall.) I did this test run on painted plywood and I plan on making an articulated “paper” doll version as well. I’m just not sure what to make it out of. I’m leaning toward a light colored leather, but was also thinking of just 1/8" wood. Still trying to decide…
Original image I worked off of.
This turned out great!! OMG, I just love it! That’s painted plywood? Amazing.