bug-makes-art:

Local shrub roots and sticks cast in silver, with amethyst and glass settings.

These were oodles of fun, and I really love how they come out.

If interested, feel free to message me.

just an update on these, the top right one (with the pink amethyst) has been claimed but the other two are certainly still available. If interested, I can create an etsy listing or we can talk through messages. Thank you so much for reblogging and sharing my work! It means a lot.

Local shrub roots and sticks cast in silver, with amethyst and glass settings.

These were oodles of fun, and I really love how they come out.

If interested, feel free to message me.

been working hard on a lot of projects, but these two are some of my favorites.

I cast the feet in bronze about a year ago after finding a dead robin on the road while out adventuring. Finally figured out something to do with them.

if interested, we can perhaps talk business. Feel free to message me. :)

buginmyeye:

"…And the manfools piled rock on rocks and raised a treesie roof, hammers saws tear the skin of goodsie wood… …and laughs at the Woodsie Lord. …And when learns the Lord of this, He sends His beastesses to the manfools… …who attacks and hammers saws their useless fleshes, and build him a house of they rotting skins.”-Unattributed Trickster song

buginmyeye:

Friendly reminder that I have an Etsy shop if you are interested in supporting a poor post-college 20-something year old, please feel free to do so! I will be putting some jewelry on there when I get to making some new stuff as well.

buginmyeye:

Check out mah beanz.
I created my own can labels in Illustrator for my DayZ cosplay.

It was actually really fun, and only took about 2 hours total. Now, to print them!

buginmyeye:

picking tiny wild strawberries.

Bare feet love tiny strawberries.

buginmyeye:

some process shots of cutting and grinding stones into cabachons. I’ve been having a lot of fun with this, and with a little music, it’s a pretty relaxing process.

buginmyeye:

Some of my collected rocks from various adventures have shined up rather nicely. The white and grey spotty ones are coral fossils from Galbraith Lake, Alaska, and the other two are from the Yukon River, also in Alaska. 
I’m hoping to make some pendants with these, so if any of you lovely folks are interested, message me or stay tuned!

buginmyeye:

Doors, Pt. 2. (part 1 here)

Photos 1-4: Luzern, Switzerland.

Photos 5-10: Venezia, Italy

Taken during my New Years 2011 trip to Europe.