For my Birthday one year, I met and built this Kaleidoscope from an interesting man in Gibsons, BC. He had taken some mirrors, PVC tubes, clear epoxy with some glass and plastic bits. He had a table and for 20$ he showed people how to make their own. The circle at the end is removable and I could make a different glass plate to put there.
After I took it home I figured the plain PVC pipe needed some paint. I cut a ping-pong ball in half to make the eyepiece, some holographic vinyl for the text and bob's yer uncle.
David Lynch posts a video every day, for over a year now, where he draws a number from 1 to 10 and announces it on Twitter.
These daily posts are my muse and I post a daily video in response. At least I try to. It takes some time to make even a short video everyday, but in August I managed to complete an entire month without missing a single day.
Here I've compiled them into a single, long video.
If you're interested in following Mr. Lynch: https://twitter.com/swirlthenumbers If you're interested in my project, you can follow on;
Youtube - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLHsicydK6CnjzBsCgank_qRPPQg3JJtHT Twitter - https://twitter.com/todays_number or the depths of imgur - https://imgur.com/user/TODAYSNUMBERIS/posts
Found this mug new at Value Village about a month and thought it would benefit from being painted like a real horn. I used acrylic paints I had laying around to get the look of the horn. Just black, white and some orangey red for accents. …