This year, I have worked on a series of animals that are now my largest scale standing sculptures. While working on the various creatures, there was one animal that was in the back of my head: the elephant. So I gathered all
Today’s entry came about thanks to a gift from my friend Jerry. Jerry found the end table in the picture below and asked if I wanted it. I said “Heck yeah!” This table has many great parts, but I was
In my last entry, I mentioned that there was an attempt at adding light to the frog piece, but that it didn’t quite look right. So I set aside those LED lights, and they came into play in today’s entry.
Sometimes if I start talking about how hard something might be to bring into reality, it is often the next thing that falls on my plate. In this particular instance, it is self-standing sculpture. Shortly before I started today’s featured artwork,
The name of this blog is Rusty Crocodiles, but must confess I hadn’t done an actual crocodile piece in at least a couple years. It may be more accurate to call it “Rusty Whales” or “Rusty Elephants” at this point,
The next piece in the Trickster series started out as many of my pieces normally do, but by the end there was a dramatic departure in terms of style. Was this the correct choice, or did I turn Raven mad?
My idea for this piece was to create a depiction of how people used to believe how salamanders came to life: through fire. As always, I first gathered as many materials as I could. The chief components are typewriter parts,
In my last entry, I went into detail about how the Tinotaur came to life, and the Elefant I will share today had a similar process as the first, so I will mainly let the pictures show how it all
One of the places I get my junk is, well, the junkyard. There is something really fun about taking things that have been bent, crushed, and aged, and incorporating those aspects into the piece. It adds a random element that