Due to family allergies we’ve always had a fake Christmas tree and my wife and I unanimously despise fluffing that stinker. So this year we decided to make a rustic wooden tree to use in the house instead. I’ll post some of the process photos later this week when I get time.
Monthly Archives: November 2015
Happy Thanksgiving everyone!
This weekend I was able to knock out a few new projects, namely my first Nerdy Roger shirt, and some pallet trees for my lady. Not my idea, but something she wanted me to make.
This was today’s bulletin doodle at church. That’s two weeks down in the new building without any “insurmountable” hurdles. There’s definitely still some projection things I need to dial in though. Meow
I decided to make another silkscreen for tshirt and thought my old Nerdy Roger design would look cool. Forgot to add my logo into the design though…
A few weeks ago I posted a map of the projection system we’re building for our new church auditorium and this last weekend I got to make a mounting frame for the array of small monitors. It started with a sketch during service, then I meticulously planned out the build (later laid out on our booth blueprints), created a frame the disassembles easily, and built some brackets to mount the monitors to. It’s actually completed, stained, and installed since we did our first successful service in the building today; I just forgot to take a final photo.
One interesting hiccup is that I tried to build this before I had the monitors in hand, and the initial plans were all off the product dimensions on Amazon. After cutting the main spine of the frame to my measurements, it became readily apparent that those dimensions were not even close for 16″ monitors. Luckily buried in the customer question someone had provided the true size and I re-did my plans to those.
This scrappy little panda was my church doodle this week. Guess because I’m excited for the upcoming Kungfu Panda movie, though this is certainly not supposed to be Po.
I spent quite a few miles and hours on planes over the last two days for a speaking engagement, so I doodled to pass the time. An Assemblage of Avengers, a loose brush pen dragon, and a pondering robot.