Wednesday, 25 January 2012

Mustache Necklace Disguise

Mustache Necklace Pattern
Courtney Wiche

This is honestly probably the most simple pattern I have ever made, and I absolutely love it. It looks complicated (lord knows I had to unravel the thing at least ten times during the process) but it's fairly straight forward and totally worth it! You can literally make these for an army of hundreds in a matter of a few hours! (Not that that's what I'm doing . . . *coughMisha'sMinionscough*) I mean, what?

Ch. 12
R1 – sc, dc, 2 trc, hdc, slst, hdc, 2 trc, dc, sc
R2 – ch2, turn, slst in 2nd ch from hook, sc till middle three stitches (slip stitch 3), sc til end, ch 2, slst in 2nd from hook, fasten off.

For the chain, I just used a really fine yarn, the smallest hook I had (which was a 3.25mm, I think) and crocheted it until I could fit it over my ears and have it not fall off. I don't remember how many I ended up with, but I don't think that makes much difference, seeing as everyone's head is a different size anyways. And then I connected the ends to the back of the mustache, near the top. 

If you have any questions, please feel free to message me! (The messages make me feel as if people actually care)

I also wanted this just because of Gabriel's mustache . . . because reasons

Tuesday, 17 January 2012

Experimenting with Photoshop-like-programs

I've been trying to digitally colour some of my art for a long time, and I used to just commission other artists to do it, but I wanted to try by myself. I'm fairly happy with the results of it. :)

Me (also my first attempt at using photoshop)

If I ever met Jared Padalecki . . . 

Dean and Cas

^^^ This is a reference to They are an AMAZING charity, if anyone would like to donate. :)

Again, sorry for the Supernatural references. I can't help it.

Supernatural has taken over my life

Seriously, though. Anything I do, I find a way to relate it to Supernatural.

Half of my art projects - fanart.

Half of my crochet - SPN related.

Half of my writing - fanfiction.

It's seriously a problem.

See? I made a Sam doll. Took me less than a day. I think I'm obsessed. I didn't have a pattern for the doll, and I didn't write it down while I was making him because I knew I would never make another one. Now I wish I'd written it down, because I really want to make a matching Dean . . .

As for the blanket, I've been working on it on and off for over 6 months. No pattern either.

Get me help.