mutotions

So, can one went on last night. Can two went on at lunchtime. Can three went on at 4:15. Rain started at about ten past five – huzzah! beat the elements! it looks bloody repulsive ūüėČ it’ll be so much fun taking it into college tomorrow – like a doofus i left the fixing ring…

introducing the mutantscope

Mwhahahaaaa… the monstrous mutantscope, grown from a frankensteinian laboratory one lightning lit night…. or grown out of last weeks panic and made out of chicken wire and spray foam. The first one sounds more dramatic. art and expanding foam are hardly strangers – David Shrigley used it to fill a variety of receptacles including tents…

muto-ny

I’ve been an absolute asshole over the past fortnight – i’ve spent so long tying and taping and layering that i lost sight of what was important – having fun with it. The original barrel was primed, sprayed satin black and then gloss red, giving it a deeper, cherry-red finish that made the whole look…

progressing…

The mutoscope¬†is shaping¬†up and residing at my house after the college¬†exodus¬†– now it needs priming, but first some shots of mod roc layer two… certainly shaping up… although the viewer needs some filing/sanding. so far, so good… vix

She’s a model and she’s looking… ok, considering.

cracking on, cracking on… have ditched the idea of the plaster-soaked fabric as although it’s do-able it’s not really¬†feasible¬†¬†(or should that be the other way round? probably should.) So, in collusion with 3D John i’m¬†using¬†mod-roc¬†and a painted fabric skirt. theoretically. ¬†¬† this was just a dry run with the fabric i was considering. I knew…

‘ello muto…

right, effectively my final piece is due…. (drumroll…) wednesday. Ha ha ha ha ha ha haaaaaaaaaaaa. I’ve been cracking on with SkinFlick, which will be presented in a mutoscope (a.k.a a ‘What the Butler Saw’ machine). This is what they’re supposed to look like: So far, this is mine; the plan is to soak fabric…