Can I sleep on the couch tonight?
Stitches was asking me a math question and started crying like a cute little baby cub he is.
space patches - $5 each
Pre-orders for the Seraphim biomech helmet will open SEPTEMBER 23rd at 6PM central time. The helmets themselves will be priced at $130+ shipping with optional ears at $30 a pair. These are intended to be made and delivered in time for Holiday pre-orders ( though keep in mind- life happens and there could be delays!)
A lot of work and expense went into the sculpting and production of this piece. It was made as a personal project, something i wanted to make for myself. This Do It Yourself blank is being offered for purchase in a small production run. Painted and finished masks may be offered occasionally, im not 100% sure yet.
A word on the fit of this piece: Since i made this to fit my own head, the helmet will need to be modified to fit larger craniums. The width is suitable for most heads but there is a part on the back which curves inward that can present an issue. Luckily, the back of the helmet can be cut off for a better fit. It could then be re-attached using elastic to stretch and hold or just be discarded. I will post how to modify the back once the pre-order is live.
I will also post a picture of a finished , painted version of this mask once the pre-order is live- complete with cabochon eyes!
"Can I talk to ███? I won’t k█ep ███ long. I ha█e to go s███where and I don’t t█ink I can come back. But I just wanted ███ to know. Getting to be around ███ and ███████ was the b██t thing that ever happened to ██."
the new iphone 6 plus is less than three inches smaller than the ipad mini. good to know apple is constantly innovating by making things bigger and then smaller and then bigger again but not as big
I’ve seen this dress pop up on my dash before, unsourced, and I DESPERATELY want it, so I used some google-fu and found it! Now if only I could afford it……
Amsterdam-based artist Cedric Laquieze (previously featured here) recently completed a fascinating new series of his exquisite taxidermy Fairies. These delicate sculptures are primarily composed of parts from many different insect species, but if you look closely you’ll notice bones, seeds and even a few scorpion parts as well.
Visit Cedric Laquieze’s blog for many additional images and to check out some of his other enchanting creations.
[via Cedric Laquieze]