Hydrodipping is an awesome technique to give color to an object. But not just color, but also effects like marbeling (which is another name for the technique) and even a bit of texture (if, like me, you overdo it). This time, I used it to make a bland white 3d-printed… Continue Reading Hydrodipping a Hideous Abomination Box
Selenite is an interesting material to work with. Tea Light holders are interesting things to make. And ancient evils are better left bound and banished in whatever infernal dimension they dwell. Combining all those three good things into something arguably okay, I give you the Selenite Tea Light Holder! My… Continue Reading Selenite Tea Light Holder – Banish Ancient Evils in Style
We made it! This is the last part of the Remote Monolith Trilogy, which makes this part three. Enjoy the frame and a surprise fourth Monolith remote in this video that bring this project to a satisfactory conclusion. Mandatory disclaimer: or does it? Don’t forget to check out the first… Continue Reading Monolith Remotes – The Finish! (Part 3)
I give you the next step(s) in my Monolith Remote project – the monolith remote back board! It took – once again – longer than anticipated, but I managed to get part 2 of this massive project out of the way. Frankly, I did not expect this to yield enough… Continue Reading Monolith Remotes – Back Board (Part 2)
I have a long-standing fascination with “artifacts”, that is cool props from movies or TV that I would like to own. Some are plain cool, others resonate with me in some way. And this is what the monolith remotes from the most recent season of Marvel’s Agents of Shield did.… Continue Reading Monolith Remotes (Part 1)
Magic is dangerous, and I won’t let a stray wand shot give me away – even though it was not even really me who demanded the duel. So I decided to make something to hold all my present and future wands using ShadowFoam to contain their magic. So lean back… Continue Reading Wand Box with the Help of ShadowFoam
Late for Christmas (as is on brand) but still a viable decoration option, I give you the giant porch candles! They replaced the Death of Rats as our front porch decoration this Christmas. I especially like how those wax drippings came out. And on top of it all, these porch… Continue Reading Giant Porch Candles
I give you an inside-out turning. Something that incorporates blue amber for no reason other than that it is interesting. This is this year’s Christmas ornament. This also has a Wand in it. And that cult. That mildly inconvenient cult. And if that wasn’t enough, I really think you should… Continue Reading Blue Amber Ornament Inside-Out Turning
The spectral dagger is the best defense at spectral apples. With the current epidemic of people getting hit in the head by errant spectral apples, everyone should have a spectral dagger on hand. Or is that just me? It was years ago when I had some things laser cut. Among… Continue Reading Spectral Dagger – Lights up!
The weirdest things can happen to cans left too long on the shelf. Some might even grow wooden tentacles, which is, bar the real thing, the best kind to have – or to make! As promised, this is the second iteration of the Monster-in-a-Can-Theme. Who knows, maybe more will come.… Continue Reading Wooden Tentacles – The second Monster-in-a-Can!