Don't Drink and Fly!!
Lordy, Rikki, those are fabulous. I'm pming you for info. Beautiful stuff!!!
Here's my latest project. This is the first of many (assuming it sells!). I think it would look awesome on a fortune teller's table or maybe even part of a witch display.
I assembled the pendulum out of some crystal prisms I found at an antique store and a small copper chain. The box is hand painted, distressed, and sealed. I made the images in Photoshop and glued them on the box before sealing it.
All of the creatures in this series (except the Xylophon, which my wife named)are taken from 'historical' documents (most of them medieval). There is some debate as to whether the basilisk and the cockatrice are actually one and the same creature or if they are two sub-species of the same creature (or if one of them is just a rooster-headed poser wanna-be...).wow parkerart, Basilisk is fantastic! Now, is it a known mythological creature, or one that you've created? Fantastic story line to go with it. Well done!
Rikki, that is fabulous! The green is beautiful, and the boxed set is a fantastic idea. You have inspired me. I found an old box at a flea market, I'm wanting to try my hand at this (if you don't mind...) I am thinking about an elemental theme, more along the lines of Toaist I Ching or animists' totems.
Thanks! I just listed a reserved item on Etsy, haven't put the pictures in my album here yet, though. It's a really cool pendulum with a black crystal (and the storage box/chart).Rikki, thanks for sharing. All of your pieces are fabulous. Can't wait to see what is next.