This little painting has got a compass dial and some cut up bits of recycled brass added to it.
I am enjoying making these, but I don't know what other people think of them. I'll carry on, because they make me happy, anyway.
I will be making some more 3d assemblage robots shortly.
I've started on Twitter, and am following as many etsy sellers as I can.
Another day, another little painting on tin. I stuck washers and bent wire on this one, and also parts of an old label for a "DWARF" ammeter which I bought off ebay as part of my stockpile of bits for robot making.
Another little ACEO painting on tin. I have added a little bit of my recently expired Mac - I shall recycle it centimetre by square centimetre until there is nothing left. I wonder if I could saw up the outer casing into ACEO sized bits. It may be hard work, as it is supposed to be made of titanium, or is that just the chassis?
Here is "INVAR" another of my robot ACEO series, painted on tin, with some collage elements and a little brass detail. It is the usual ACEO size of 2 1/2 x 3 1/2 inches. I am putting these on Etsy, but they don't seem to be getting many views. Perhaps robots aren't popular with ACEO collectors :(
Slowly been building up junk ready for the next round of making. Just need some time to sit down and do it. In the meantime, have started making ACEOs again, this time with a robot theme. I am painting them on tin, and adding collage and scrap elements. They are based on 1940s and 50s tinplate toy robots.