One of my New Year’s resolutions is to go back and fully watch some of my favourite TV series (instead of mindlessly watching whatever TiVo suggests). This weekend Hubby and I started Avatar: The Last Airbender (anyone else remember when you could say Avatar and people wouldn’t think you meant the James Cameron movie?). This Aang pixel art by Geek Mythology was found on DeviantArt, and if you like this you should check out what else they have on DeviantArt and in their shops. It makes me want to create a whole mural of game and anime characters in my house… if I had the time or bead supply for it. Meanwhile, I’m going to go finish Book 1!
“Robot roll call!”
Oh, how I miss Mystery Science Theater 3000: the bad movies, the spaceship shenanigans, the cute robots mouthing off.
Check out this paper sculpture of THE coolest fight scene ever!
ld posted this over at Craftster, with bigger pictures on LiveJournal. Inspired by the hallway scene of Inception, it’s made out of a single piece of card stock, with no adhesives. I absolutely love this, because it’s 1) an amazing piece of art and 2) because this is my favorite scene in the whole movie. When I saw the thumbnail on Craftster, I immediately knew what it was. ld has even more amazing Inception paper sculptures at LiveJournal, and they are just as cool.
Hi all! My name is Jamie, and I’m excited to be joining the Geek Craft crew in the new year.
For my inaugural post, I thought I’d share some pics of a new planner I made for myself a few weeks ago.
My craft weapon of choice is often paper, whether that’s through journaling, stationery, or zines, so I sometimes I can be a little picky when it’s time to commit to a planner for a whole year. This year (or I should really say last year), I wasn’t finding anything I loved, so I decided to make my own.
For the cover, I splurged on some fancy-pants robot fabric at my local shop. I’m really pleased with/surprised at how straight I was able to keep everything!
I learned how to do this online a few years ago, and unfortunately I can’t find the exact same website, but mothteeth.com has a similar tutorial. It’s not too difficult, it just takes a lil patience, and acceptance of the inevitable imperfections.
Who hasn’t muttered Om Nom Nom in this day in age? I, for one, say it on a daily basis.
Be the envy of all your friends with this bad boy up on your kitchen wall.
You can point and laugh at it while you make and eat the fabulous geek food of champions, bacon!
Its memory can live on a little longer with one of these Jayne Cobb knit hats.
“Man walks down the street in a hat like that, you know he’s not afraid of anything.” – Wash