Tuesday, 18 October 2011

Ghost in the Shell Fanfiction Link

I started to write this not too long ago and published the first bit on fanfiction.net

Here's the link to my writing -

Every cloud has a mechanical lining


Batou and Motoko Dolls


Wednesday, 25 May 2011

Ghost in the Shell Section 9 Chibi Dolls

Based upon my Favourite Anime, Ghost in the Shell, I've designed Dolls based upon each member of Section 9.
From Left to Right - Paz, Saito, Borma, Ishikawa, Togusa, Motoko and Batou. I have again designed Togusa and Chief Arimaki (not pictured), I just haven't coloured them in

Nazi Zombie Heroes Chibi Dolls

These designs were spurred on due to my recent obsession with the Nazi Zombies game mode on Call Of Duty Black Ops (click images to enlarge)

Heroes from top to bottom, left to right - Takeo Masaki, Doctor Edward Richtofen, Nikolai Belinski, Tank Dempsey and Takeo Masaki. I have also drawn up the design for two actual zombie dolls, one standing and one as a crawler.

Chibi Doll Designs

Currently due to exams I have stopped all of my crafty work, however I had begun to start designing more Chibi dolls to make. This was the first of which I designed. (click to enlarge)
Keith Lemon - Bangtidy

Chibi Dolls

A new hobby that I've recently started is making Chibi dolls from felt. These are known for their simplifying existing designs for cute effect.

I made this David Tennant 10th Doctor doll for my firend who obsesses over him still even though he has now regenrated. I also made the Tardis box you can see with its interior being the interior of David Tennant's Tardis. 
This was the first doll I made as a prototype. It's L Lawliet from Death Note 

Metroid Hat

I used the same design as I did for my Phone pouch to make a lovely winters hat for myself.

My main camera broke when I took this photo, so I had to use my webcam. I shall upload a better photo when I take one.

Metroid Phone Pouch

This is the Metroid Phone Pouch I made using the Metroid Plushie's simple design. I sewed the eyes on and sewed the two sides together before turning it inside out and sewing on both claws. It'll keep my phone safe :)

Tuesday, 24 May 2011

New Bling

 As a follow up to my NES Controller Necklace I made these.

The First is an original Gameboy Necklace. To make this I simple opened up an original Gameboy and filed small holes on either side using the same technique I used when making My controller necklace. I then threaded a piece of Wire through each hole, trapping it in by screwing the console back together. The best thing about this necklace is the Gameboy STILL WORKS!!
The Gameboy and NES controller necklace side by side.
This belt buckle was made by drilling small holes in the front of the original buckle and in the back of another NES controller. I then simply screwed the two together.

More Cake :)

 This was the Cake I made for my friend Polly's 18th. It was inspired by the fact that when Harry Potter came of age (17 in the wizarding world) he recieved a Snitch cake, so I decided to do the same for when my friend came of age in the real world. When the photo was taken the chocolate frosting had melted a little however.