tribute walls


Into the Unknown

Jason Funderburker (the frog, not the nerdy kid in the suit) is finished and waiting for opening night! This sculpture will be on display at the upcoming Over the Garden Wall tribute show at the Cartoon Network Gallery on November 15th. 

This is a closed event and runs for about a month, but I will be allowed to make a limited number of copies available to those who are interested in preordering one while the show lasts!

This just happened, so I don’t have all the details worked out yet, such as price, quantity and timeline. As soon as I know more, I will let everyone know.
If you are interested in this project or have questions, please message me, thanks!

[[Battlefield Cross]]
I took this picture at the Vietnam Traveling Wall which is on display at Gateway Park in El Mirage today. The little girl in the background just happened to walk into my picture, the moment I snapped it and it couldn’t be any better of a moment. The look on her face, tells it all. Soldiers goes off to war and one way or another, they always come home; either to be greeted by their love ones or in a box carried by their love ones. Either way they lost something, their lives, their sanity, their marriage, their home; they’ve made the ultimate sacrifice for us, this country and the flag; it’s reason such as this the reason why I stand during the National Anthem. But this little girl, I don’t know who she is, but does she know what she’s looking at and what it all means, the sacrifice made for her? We can only imagine.

Little Animation tribute to Yuriy Norshteyn in "Over the garden wall"?

All week I have been hooked on the awesome new show “Over the garden wall" 

The show is so wonderfull I wish It could continue forever.

But one of my fave things is what I think might be a little reference to moviehedgehog in the fog by one of my favourite animators ever Yuri Norshteyn in the first few minute of the show.

We have this pan to a tree in OTGW

Wich is almost exactly similar to a scene in ”hedgehog in the fog

Notice how the branches,especially on the right, are pretty much the same!

Maybe its just me but how the two tree turn on different levels and the fact that In both movie the characters are lost in a deep fog just make me want to believe it.:)

SO here have my little fangirling and If you are ever interested in good animation (and old spot-motion/ cut out painting animation) go check out both of the movies and show.:D


My shrine… er… wall art tribute to the absolutely gorgeous Sherlock and Johnlock art by the beautifully talented @anotherwellkeptsecret. The waterfall kiss from The Abominable Bride came today, so I rearranged the art a bit so it all fit together.

The first art I bought was the poster for A Finger Slip, then the Valentine’s Day art print, then the tarmac kiss (in the largest size), and finally the waterfall kiss (also in the largest size). Everything Kelley creates is beautiful and awe-inspiring. If you’re a fan of Sherlock, a member of TJLC, and appreciate talented artists, then you should definitely follow Kelley! Not only is she a talented artist, but she is also a wonderful human being and she is so kind and bubbly and she just lights up my dash with her happiness and positive attitude.

Thank you for sharing your talent and art with us, Kelley. You really are a beautiful ray of sunshine and I appreciate everything you do.

Originally posted by sweet-loretta-martin