Wednesday, December 19, 2012

This Year in Designs Review

     Heynow! Okay, a few things has happened since I least left off but here are some pictures of events that has happened.

My fantasy football helmet
Okay I know it's a bit much but at the time I wanted to do something cool and my team name is the "Middlesboro Mudskippers". Of course, Muddy Mudskipper from "Ren and Stimpy" as the mascot in my chosen team colors (New Orleans Saints brown with a darkish, grayish blue) and the spiked circle came from the Miami Dolphins helmet.

Muddy Mudskipper

     Next are some designs that are highly related to the Star Wars symbols that I did a while ago:

Rebel and Jedi Symbol

Rebel and Jedi Symbol with borders

Jedi Symbol inside Rebel Symbol

(I'm thinking of getting a tattoo of this or the original red Rebel symbol)

     Now, I got an email some a guy in Canada that saw my tracings of guitars and wondered if he could use them. I said "Sure" and he also requested a Stratocaster. I did so and emailed it to him. As a gift he laser cut these planks of wood and mailed them to me. These conversations were so light and easy, that I forgot I was getting this but one day they showed up and I've put them on display.

Guitar Planks: (L to R) Above - Fender Stratocaster, Fender Telecaster, Fender Mustang, Fender Jaguar, Gibson Explorer. Below - Gibson Les Paul, Gibson SG, Gibson ES-335, Gibson Firebird.

I framed the guitars on a custom print out design of signature guitar players and their color. I do need to put in glass for the frame since the clear plastic whorps with the wooden planks.

Here is the template background that is framed minus the wooden guitar planks.

     Now on with the paintings. I got back into painting and since I did one and posted it on Facebook, I got a lot of requests again. I'll show you the templates and the story behind it.

John Lennon

John Lennon

I wanted to do the black part red but the paint did not look good so I painted over it in black.
(This painting is still for sale here:

Bob Dylan

Darkish Blue
Sold to Brittany Avery

Hank Williams

Sold to Brittany Avery

Loretta Lynn

Sold to Brittany Avery

Courtney Love

Sold to Heather Hatfield

Dave Grohl

I tried to get the color "Pelham Blue" because it's the color of Dave's signature guitar.
(This painting is still for sale here:

     Here are some templates that have yet to be painted, someday:

The Beatles

The Beatles


With the Lights Out Box set cover

     Wow, I've done quite a bit this past year with paintings and designs. Anyway, here are some more links to paintings and other items that I'm selling, if anyone is interested: The Bealtes - Sgt. Peppers PaintingThe Bealtes - HELP! PaintingStar Wars - Boba Fett PaintingStar Wars - Darth Vader PaintingJohnny Depp PaintingDrum Dial (Drum Tuner)The Beatles Rock Band Bundle Pack for WiiPT Cruiser Leather Boot Cover.

     On my personal life, here's the short story: Angel and I are still together and we moved to Barbourville and got a poodle named Sophie. I'm pretty happy when it comes to things but I still need to get over the anxiety of meeting and talking to strangers that later maybe become friends. Oh well, I'll learn somehow. Later peeps.

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