I have a “project” bike Im working on, its going to be a Boba Fett theme. I have never really took it out for a long ride yet so I figured I would today. I really need to get started on painting this bike. So far all I have done is a few decals and such. Im going to paint it and I need to upgrade some parts. I have it all planned out and I have a good feeling about it. Going to do it right so its going to take a while but thats alright because my main bike is too fun to ride so this bike being on the back burner is no biggie. Anyhow, here it is before the “project” really starts…
I dig this bike. Its nothing special and I have yet to really dial it in (like mess with the seat angle) but thats because its going to all come apart and a lot of new parts will go back on it (plus its going to look like Boba Fett). So for now that was it. Its not my Spicer but it’ll do…
I wanted to do one last Yo Gabba Gabba painting for Elsa’s room to fill in the last little space. I thought a large Muno would be best. I made these two lights for her room a while back out of large 70’s mask reproductions, they are like 3x4ish feet in size. The spot I wanted to put the Muno was in between those lights. I then thought it would be cool if I made Munos eyeball light up, so thats what I did…
And as usual, Elsa likes her treats. She loves anything Yo Gabba Gabba.
The 2 in the black frames are 6×9 inches, mixed media on glass and the other is 8×10 inches, mixed media on glass.
This one of Mr Sheldon Plankton is 16×20 inches and is also mixed media on glass. I really like how this one came out, Elsa digs it too!
This Nerd SpongeBob is 10×12 inches, mixed media on glass. This one is just funny and like all the others, Elsa enjoys it.
I also did this Gooble when I made the other Yo Gabba Gabba paintings but forgot to put it in that post. This ones kinda big too, its 15×21 (total) inches. Gooble is tight, even though he’s got a bad attitude… Dude is alway cryin about something.
Im sure Ill be making more. I also did a Squidward and another SpongBob but just like the Oski bugs, I have no pic at the moment. Thanks for looking!
I just finished this painting. Its 12x16x3 inches, mixed media on glass. The shadow box is filled with circuit boards and wires and little glass jars filled with liquid… Its all for looks though, none of it does anything but look like it is supposed to do something but then again its only going to be on a wall so looks is all that matters. Anyhow, it was a fun one, the shadowboxs usually are. Enjoy!