A Diggity Dang Unicorn

I am amazing, in addition I'm a 22 year old sculptor (though I do other arts too). I love to make things and I love animals. My favorites are ungulates but I love dogs, cats, chickens, spiders, and mythological beasties too! Actually I love all animals and will probably post as many as possible. I collect a lot of things and you will see everything from breyer horses and customs by myself to dead animals ranging from fresh stuff to skulls/bones and taxidermy. I always tag dead stuff and other certain triggering stuff but sometime I forget so there's that. In addition this blog will also hold anything I find interesting to journal like posts about my day to random fandom stuff and humor.

My dream is to live on a self sustaining farm with many goats, ponies, alpacas, and chickens with a nice out building dedicated to my sculpture studio practices.

Art blog: goatontheceilingstudio.tumblr.com

These are two separate photos of my grandfather, great grandfather and the milk wagon horse Dickie.  My grandfather was a little boy and rode his tricycle up to the milk wagon my great grandfather drove every morning with his horse.  This is a very special pair of photos I have and for Christmas I phtoshopped the creases and crinkles out of the images and printed them for my aunt and two uncles.  

This semester I have a project that I’m doing in my glass class where we make glass post cards.  So I couldn’t decide which photo I wanted to use so I photoshopped them together this morning.  I think this is very special for me.  I’m very excited to see the finished decal on a 4x6 inch sheet of glass.  I think I will be saving it to give to my mother next year for Christmas.

I am by no means a digital artist but I know what I’m doing!  I’m very happy with this and I loved it so much it has replaced the picture of Gambler on my screen saver and that’s a big move for me because I miss Gambler so much.  I am just full of emotions right now I don’t know what else to say about it.

I hope others will enjoy seeing part of my family history.

  • 5 February 2013
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