Sunday, November 18, 2007

168. (Escape To) Skull Mountain

Papier-mâché and Mixed-Media (approx. 11" x 5" x 8").

13 comments:

Kate said...

woah, awesome!

did you use that modeling moss stuff for the trees?
i somehow thought this was real... hehe.

H-O C said...

I am impressed. How did you get your water so shiny? When do we get to see the rest of your model Railroad?

Jessica at Bwlchyrhyd said...

Wow is the word!

Terry said...

Tree-mendious!!!

I want to flex my muscles, lift my sword into the air and yell, "By the power of Greyskull!!"

Might be my favorite now.

Tim said...

I have a sweet spot for dioramas. This is just incredible. Wow.

Another Limited Rebellion said...

Thanks everyone! I really wanted to make special effects models when I was a kid, so I guess I get to live out that fantasy here.

Since you asked...
Yes the trees are indeed that moss made for model train sets.

The water is a piece of old mirror.

And if you were wondering the grass is colored sandpaper and the snow is cornstarch!

The Lone Beader said...

You are talented:)

Debra Kay said...

awesome!!!!!!

Betsy said...

Ok. I thought this one was REALLY REALLY Cool. Then i read what you made it out of and now i think it is REALLY REALLY REALLY cool.

b13 said...

WOW... just WOW!

Kim said...

I am totally waiting for jets to come out of the eye socket hangars...

Leah said...

Wow, so you gave papier-mâché another chance? I wish I could have seen the creation of this one; it's super-duper awesome!

Nat said...

I love this one!!

I showed my son and it looks like something we might try and tackle over the weekend.

Amazing!