Tuesday, July 13, 2010


Long time Skull-A-Day friend, Larry Pearson, is trying to brighten our readers' day with this totally rad "Skulldaisy". I'll let Larry explain how he made it..."I had a few minutes waiting for a quote on a steel order the other day and decided to try a few parts on my skull idea. Well, I kinda liked how it was going, so I decided to keep going till it was finished. It is made from 1/16 & 1/8 inch stainless steel sheet scraps for the skull and flower, I used 1/8 inch welding fill rod for the teeth. The skull is 3" long, that's as small as I can get with my tools. Over all height 28", width 9"."

As usual I am super impressed with your metal works, Larry. I love the way it shines and the way it brightens your day in a skully kind of way. The details you put into the skull and the petals shows that you really love your work. If you want to see more pics of Larry's work in progress then check here or visit his site here for all of his great metal works(which includes some great skulls). Thanks, Larry!


Kendra said...

I love the skull daisy! I wonder if I could get one for my garden? ;)

PearsonMetalArt said...

Thanks Tatman and Kendra! Kendra, if you or anyone else is interested, you can find my "Contact Me" page on either of the links Tatman provided.
I have another project for Skulladay master, Noah, but it's a secret!