"Fushigibana" (self portrait)
Sharpie pen and watercolor

"Fushigibana" (self portrait)

Sharpie pen and watercolor

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"Toki" (Toki Wartooth from Metalocalypse)
Fake flowers, Copic marker, acrylic, and Sharpie paint on wood plaque
For ladylongface

"Toki" (Toki Wartooth from Metalocalypse)

Fake flowers, Copic marker, acrylic, and Sharpie paint on wood plaque

For ladylongface

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"Ontario"
Clay, wood, deer antlers, fox tail, & various plant materials.
There is a very important, personal story behind this piece. I titled this piece Ontario because Ontario is the birthplace of the man that inspired it. He inspired this piece, he inspired me, and nothing I do would have been possible without his help. Story:[[MORE]]”My whole thing is to entertain, make people laugh and to forget about the real world for awhile.”That is precisely what he did. 
A dear friend of mine has always been en expert in the field of animal symbolism, and taught me a thing or two about it a few years ago. Since we’ve known one another, she has always represented me as a fawn in her artwork; a shy, reserved, and somewhat weak animal. The buck, on the other hand, is strong; he’s a fighter and he’s able to pull himself through the obstacles of winter. At first, I was hardly a buck.
For the first few months of 2013, I was battling a serious bout of depression. There were many contributing factors, and by May I was physically and mentally tired. Around the time that I was on the verge of giving up, I had this sudden urge to watch a certain movie. It’s an immensely stupid movie, but a movie that had always made me laugh in the past, though I hadn’t seen it for many years. I really needed a laugh at this point in my life, and so I found the movie online, and 90 minutes later, all of my troubles started to slowly fade away. The fox knows the woods intimately. When one is lost, the fox may appear to help guide them out of the woods it knows so well. Going back to this movie I’d watched, what captivated me about it was the lead actor/writer. This man had grown up battling serious psychological problems, speech impediments, and he had minor yet constricting physical deformities that kept him from being allowed to have a career in his preferred field. But that didn’t stop him. But through that darkness, he found light in another field, and he overcame it all. He became immensely successful in life by becoming one of the original cast members on a late night television program that is still running today. When his best friend, partner, and brother unexpectedly died at 33, he still pulled through, and created one of the most successful franchises of all time. He’s been happily married for almost 31 years, and he’s still successful today, going strong for 39 years. How does the fox know the woods so well? Because he learns his way though it on his own. As the fawn, I was lost in this terrible forest. I was stuck, I didn’t know where to go or what to do, and I was ready to give up. But then I found him. I found my fox. He extended his hand, pulled me up, and helped guide me out of that forest. Not only did he help me out of that forest, but over the next few months, with my fox’s help, my antlers started to grow. Now, I am the buck. However, the fox is always there for me when I need him.The tragedies and hardships he’s pulled through make my troubles seem like absolutely nothing,  and that is exactly why it was him that helped me. If he could pull through the things he did, I could pull through depression. Dan Aykroyd is my hero. He saved my life, and he never fails to put a smile on my face, whether I’m upset or not. He’s the one thing that keeps me happy and keeps me going each day. He makes me feel like I can do anything and be anyone. I adore him in every sense of the word, and I love him with every last bit of my heart. Thank you, Dan. I’d be lost without you.

"Ontario"

Clay, wood, deer antlers, fox tail, & various plant materials.

There is a very important, personal story behind this piece. I titled this piece Ontario because Ontario is the birthplace of the man that inspired it. He inspired this piece, he inspired me, and nothing I do would have been possible without his help. 
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"Ugly Little Spud" (Slimer from Ghostbusters)
Acrylic, Sharpie paint, and hot glue on wood plaque.

"Ugly Little Spud" (Slimer from Ghostbusters)

Acrylic, Sharpie paint, and hot glue on wood plaque.

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"Tank" (Portrait of a friend’s dog, Tank)
Acrylic and Sharpie paint on wood panel.

"Tank" (Portrait of a friend’s dog, Tank)

Acrylic and Sharpie paint on wood panel.

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"Melvin Magnificat" (Melvin from Unico in the Island of Magic)
Acrylic and Sharpie paint on wooden plaque.

"Melvin Magnificat" (Melvin from Unico in the Island of Magic)

Acrylic and Sharpie paint on wooden plaque.

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"Dan Aykroyd Presents: ALIENS" (Dan Aykroyd as himself from the documentary "It Came From Hollywood")
Sharpie paint, watercolor, Copic marker, and Prismacolor marker on sketchbook paper.

"Dan Aykroyd Presents: ALIENS" (Dan Aykroyd as himself from the documentary "It Came From Hollywood")

Sharpie paint, watercolor, Copic marker, and Prismacolor marker on sketchbook paper.

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"SPANISH FLY" (Eric Wareheim)
Prismacolor pencil, Sharpie paint, and Prismacolor maker on cardstock.
For zeds-dead-baby-zeds-dead.

"SPANISH FLY" (Eric Wareheim)

Prismacolor pencil, Sharpie paint, and Prismacolor maker on cardstock.

For zeds-dead-baby-zeds-dead.

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"It Wasn’t Heroin, It Was Angel Dust" (Dan Aykroyd as Louis Winthorpe III, Trading Places)
Sharpie paint and Prismacolor marker on sketchbook paper.

"It Wasn’t Heroin, It Was Angel Dust" (Dan Aykroyd as Louis Winthorpe III, Trading Places)

Sharpie paint and Prismacolor marker on sketchbook paper.

"Edible Earthling Senso-Rings" (Beldar & Prymaat Conehead)
Sharpie paint and Prismacolor marker on sketchbook paper.

"Edible Earthling Senso-Rings" (Beldar & Prymaat Conehead)

Sharpie paint and Prismacolor marker on sketchbook paper.

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