Sunday, October 11, 2009

Glasses on silhouette

Here is a sample where I can capture even glasses. Usually I ask the person if they were glasses all the time, if they don't, I ask them to take them off, if they use them all the time, I just capture them.

Wednesday, October 7, 2009

Self portrait silhouette

I've been working designing my business card as silhouette artist. Someone suggested me to use my own silhouette as a sample of what I do because some people or should I say---a lot of people, never has seen or gotten a silhouette done. It took me a few hours to do in on my computer because the printer needed it as a document, I used Adobe and a tablet, and is ready to print.

Saturday, October 3, 2009

Soccer ball

I met mi English tutor Gary Fry to get a coffe. I made him a soccer ball with a woven technique. It has to be only pentagons and triangles, at the end I put a round balloon in the center. Needless to say, Gary was all smiles.

Balloon arch

There was an event for Project Read, they asked me to do an arch with autumn colors. It took me almost one hour by myself, I sized the balloons by eye. People liked my arch.

Electric guitar

Nidhi's husband plays in a grup, they wanted to find a balloon artist to make an electric guitar, she told them about me. It took me one hour to figured out how to make it, now it takes me about ten minutes. I'll do it on stage in their live concerts, they will ask someone of the audience to pass and "play it" then that person will keep it.

Big flower

In a party I made to the little girl's birthday party a flower, she was very impressed that said it was huge, humongous! The next day I went to my local library to make an experiment, so, I did the same flower but at a larger scale and I presented it to Judy, the lady on charge of the library, she was also impressed.

Friday, August 28, 2009

Art on display

At my local library, I gave some carved chicken eggshells to the people that works there. They didn't want them to take home, they wanted to be dispayed in a visible place to share with people that goes there. Since then I have added some more to their collection.
When I've been there and heard kids ask. "Who does that?" I yell and say "ME", kids stare at me ----usually someone that works there has to confirm my statement--- and then they start to ask me all kind of questions.