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I am an outsider artist, Very familiar with the craziness. I love animals. Aspire to be insider artist. Wish I had different username.
  • seapunkies commented on alextraordinairdiy's instructable DIY Cactus Shelving Unit4 months ago
    DIY Cactus Shelving Unit

    yvw i only say it because its true

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  • seapunkies commented on DonnaR81's instructable Cardboard Fountain4 months ago
    Cardboard Fountain

    i always wanted to do a funtain. they sel the really small ones eal cheap a couple of dollars, on ebay. you can get ones that plug in or ones that I guess you hook up, then just let your imagination go. I was going to get a platic punch bowl for 1$ and the set of champagne glasses same price. you wash in rubbing alcohol and then you can paint with the1$ glass paint walmarts, if you get a log tube, you can disguise it nd tint the water, flows from glass 2 glass. also floating medium is so cool, you can se that, and watch a youtube on it 9great for abstracts too)

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  • seapunkies commented on LD_P's instructable Pug Sock Plush4 months ago
    Pug Sock Plush

    i love your pug, voted for you. i am up late on the last night creating a pygmy marmoset. its inda fun to wor at night! ceers to all your brilliant creations!

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  • seapunkies commented on brandonwitt's instructable Mahogany Cage Edison Lamp5 months ago
    Mahogany Cage Edison Lamp

    beautiful! Dwell Magazine will reproduce art furnishings like this and sell them but I have NO idea what kind of cut they take, and copyright, etc. Because this , once more, fills a niche perfectly. (DON"T SEND THEM THE TABLE PICS> I WANT TO ORDER ONE OF MY OWN FROM YOU-----SOMEDAY>"

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  • seapunkies commented on brandonwitt's instructable Dining Table On the Cheap5 months ago
    Dining Table On the Cheap

    I LOVE this. In New Orleans we were visiting a VERY WEALTHY friend and I saw his table, very very much like this one. I climbed under it and looked for authenticity marks from a Table that would have been in a King's private Dining room or Kitchen around 1500ADor so I just loved being under there so much I forgot to look and just zoned out. It could well have been, but so could yours! It is perfect! This is not Palletwood furniture. You've surpassed that by far. Thousands!

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  • seapunkies's instructable Funky Armadillo's weekly stats: 7 months ago
    • Funky Armadillo
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  • seapunkies entered Funky Armadillo in the Clay Contest 2016 contest 7 months ago
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  • seapunkies commented on seapunkies's instructable Funky Armadillo7 months ago
    Funky Armadillo

    I made this Funky armadillo lawn ornament and entered it into the Clay contest.

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  • seapunkies commented on seapunkies's instructable Funky Armadillo7 months ago
    Funky Armadillo

    Hey, it probably wouldn't hurt if you wanted to go to Instructables and maybe go to their clay contest and maybe vote for me? But you can also see from the many many other contests if their are any you can kick butt in. The prizes are always like really really phenomenol. When did I forget to spell? You should check out those contests. they have pumpkin carving and several costume ones. I don't want to tell you the prize for the pumpkin carving one.

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  • seapunkies commented on BasilH's instructable Young African Bull Elephant8 months ago
    Young African Bull Elephant

    Your work is really masterful. I do love the Ultimate Paper Mache posts and the work Jonni does is fantastic, but you bring your own style to it, and I love it. I need to check out those recipes. I have a 5 gallon drum of some other paste or caulk, but haven't heard of the drywall one. Will you please make a whole bull elephant?

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  • seapunkies commented on DonnaR81's instructable Cardboard Fountain8 months ago
    Cardboard Fountain

    I absolutely love it too, and I'm with Karen, you got skills, sell it and make another. But I say, Make it water proof and put a real pump up inside it. They don't cost that much. They aren't hard to figure out. Real cheap on Ebay. Just don't get the tiniest one and score a little tubing. You could keep the cardboard look in a few places and just laminate it, or whatever, like ruins, and Stucco is great to work with . You Might need two coats, a regular coat and a finish coat. I think it's genius, It would look like Greek Ruins and you could just pop it in a big wide bucket/ thingy. Use more resin for fake water if you want, but let some real water flow too. I just can't keep my OPINIONS to myself

    I just look at this and look at it. It's so beautiful I want a huge one in my yard

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  • seapunkies commented on romanursuhack's instructable How to make a mini fountain-stream8 months ago
    How to make a mini fountain-stream

    Oh MAN, AWESOME! That rock is either a little soft or you have a really powerful drill but it looks fantastic. Have you ever read that recipe with Buttermilk and stuff that you paint on buckets or rocks, and some sort of moss starts growing there in about 3 days? that would be awesome. I voted for this. LOVE IT

    Oh shoot, its not in the contest! Well I favorited it and followed you.

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  • seapunkies commented on cfremming's instructable Piñata Made From Cardboard 8 months ago
    Piñata Made From Cardboard

    I had to vote on this pinata because you DIDN"T kill a shark like Damien Hirst and it is really awesome and cool. But the FUN part of pinatas, is getting a bunch of that tissue paper and a pencil, and a plate of glue, and gossiping with a friend while you spend HOURS pressing tissue paper over the pencil eraser , dip it in glue, and stick it to the pinata, my friend. and not randomly. You have to draw out a color map. Or you can pay a couple of teenage girls 5 bucks each and chocolate chip cookie ingredients!

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  • seapunkies commented on Kokozoid's instructable House Lamp8 months ago
    House Lamp

    This is just awesome! And I'm about to enter my project today, but it's still so awesome I voted for it in both categories. I really admire your attention to detail and architectural sense of design that makes this so enchanting to look at. You're going somewhere in life, could be anywhere, but it will be somewhere greatand happy!

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  • seapunkies commented on tecno geek's instructable how to wire-up a light bulb-socket8 months ago
    how to wire-up a light bulb-socket

    Oh wow! You have just improved my life 100% at least. I love to come up with creative and really cool Ideas for lamps, but my husband NEVER had time to wire them or show me how! You are fantastic! So if you don't have a cord laying around, I guess you could just cut the cord off the toaster. (after you unplug it) Toast is just burnt bread. I see potential lamps plugged in all over the house! haha jk

    (actually, I was just making tiny lamps out of night lights you buy at the dollar store, I probably won't abandon that altogether.)

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  • seapunkies commented on alextraordinairdiy's instructable DIY Cactus Shelving Unit8 months ago
    DIY Cactus Shelving Unit

    I love it! I love how the whimsy of it actually holds more stuff! I definitely voted for it!

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  • seapunkies commented on bang214's instructable Bulb Art9 months ago
    Bulb Art

    How in the world can you even get it out? When I was 6 I won the lottery for the class goldfish, and I knew I had to clean the scum out of the bowl regularly. I was actually too little for the job but I still did it every week. I still have a scar between my fingers from dropping the bowl in the sink, and rescuing the fish from between two pieces of glass. Amazingly, he was unhurt. I found a suitable temporary bowl for him before I tended my half cut off finger. I didn't look for a light bulb.

    I don't like PETA, but i do love animals, and a fish isn't a decoration, or a piece of "art" reguardless of what Damien Hirst thinks. (Who is NOT an artist, but a wanna be, a middle school kid with a thought disorder on Frog Dissection day, which I also hate) Sorry, I think this is terrible, not the idea of using a light bulb creatively, but using it as a prison for an animal. how do you clean it properly. But mostly, why make an animal suffer when you could instead give it a nice big aquarium with another fish to be with.

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