I was three years old in 1978 and scenes from Mork and Mindy are among some of my earliest memories. I remember watching the show with my parents, then I would run around the house and salute and say, “Na-Nu! Na-Nu!” all the time. I’m pretty sure I tried to sit on my head once or twice. It’s one of those pop culture things that I don’t think about very often, but I remember it fondly.
Unfortunately, tonight these fond memories abound not because of a nostalgia session, but because Robin Williams has died and his face is all over the news and the net. Although nothing has been confirmed, it seems as if he committed suicide by hanging himself. The world is shocked and saddened and, well, we should be. He was a great talent and he left us with decades of brilliant performances. And we all wish there could be just one more.
I’m not going to go too long on this one. It’s a sad day.
Hello there everyone. As I said in one of my previous posts, I’ve been hard at work on some new projects. Hopefully the paint dries on enough of the others that I can show you this week. In the meantime, I have a bit of news.
One of the first projects I did for the site was a Nightmare Before Christmas-inspired Jack o’ Lantern in-the-box. Since then I’ve had more than a few requests by folks who wanted the box but would rather just buy it outright rather than follow the tutorial. Unfortunately, the Jack in that project is about two feet tall and his box is made of 3/4″ plywood. He weighs more than ten pounds. I just couldn’t come up with a way to get that guy from my front door to yours for less than $200.
But the idea stuck with me a a few days ago I just thought what the hell. I acquired the materials and built a smaller, lighter, more shipping-friendly Jack. And here he is.
Hello my long-neglected Minions. ’tis I, your friendly neighborhood Scarydad. Hard at work up in here too. It’s been a long time coming, but I have projects on the bench. That’s right, Sequel and the crew have been letting me out of the box every now and then. And what do I do with my nw-found freedom? Do I watch TV or play video games? HELL NO!
Whenever I can I’m out at the bench doing what I can to bring you some brilliance. And I have some things on the way soon. Just a little more patience, my friends. In the meantime, enjoy the following Weirdness. From me to you. Continue reading