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woofmutt
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From: Seattilite Telstar
Posted: 2010-02-23 5:48 pm   Permalink








Panel (2002)
Wood and paint.

The first primitive thing I made. The point was to make it look like a piece from an old bar or restaurant.





Towel Holder (2002)
Wood and paint.

The second primitive I ever made. Again the intent was to make it look like an older piece.





Log Head (2002)
Wood.

Made from a piece of log I found on the street.





Untitled (2004)
Carved and painted foam.
(image: monkeyskull)





Plank (2005)
Carved and painted foam.
(image: Tikitronic)





Untitled (2005)
Carved and painted foam.
(image: monkeyskull)





Untitled (2005)
Carved and painted foam.
(image: monkeyskull)





Untitled (2005)
Carved and painted foam.
(image: Melintur)




Untitled (2005)
Carved and painted foam.
(image: Selector Lopaka)




Untitled (2005)
Carved and painted foam.
(image: Selector Lopaka)




Untitled (2005)
Carved and painted foam.
(image: Selector Lopaka)





The Night Visitors (2006)
A found painting that I aged and added the carved and painted pieces to.





The Quiet Village (2006)
The other half of the found painting.





Sleeping Plank (2008)
Carved and painted foam.

Made at the same time as Plank but I date things based on when they are actually ready to hang on the wall.




Boing! (2008)
Painted ukulele.




The Green Monkey (2008)
Carved and painted foam.





















As Imagined 2




Tongue (2010)




Crag (2010)




Pop Curve (2010)




Duo (2010)




Big Pop (2010)




Oh Three (2010)




Mantle Something (2010)




Oh One (2010)




Pop Knot (2010)




Thinker (2010)




Island Hotel (2010)




Pop Top (2010)




Sketch (2010)




Curse Word (2010)




Oh Wall (2010)




Cheese! (2010)




Chunk Mouth (2010)




Bone Breaker (2010)




Clunk Mouth (2010)




Weathered on Wood (2010)




How I feel Right Now (2010)




Boat Mouth L (2010) Boat Mouth R (2010)




5-O-Clock (2010)




Plank Cousin (2010)




Plank Cousin Also (2010)




















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woofmutt
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From: Seattilite Telstar
Posted: 2010-02-23 5:48 pm   Permalink

VARIOUS THREE DIMENSIONAL NON-WALL STUFFS & JUNKS



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COCONUT MONKEY OF THE DEAD






(pics courtesy Monkeyskull)

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Beachcomber Birdhouse

Some time back Sweetpea tossed this oddball bamboo thingamajig my way to see if I could make it into something "useful." I turned the base into a lamp of some sorts for her (can't recall what it looks like). The roof of the thingamajig I stuck on a decorative birdhouse my landlady was throwing out. Then I added some tropical beachcomber elements like a "driftwood" fence, carved palm frond tikis, a thatch porch roof, and a bird getting tipsy on the porch roof, and someone having a drink inside. It's also got a little light in it so it glows and you can see the interior if you peek through the door hole. This was one of those projects I thought I'd knock out in a couple hours. I'm still laughing at that thought.














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A Moai In Winter

A Christmas present for Mrs. Dogbytes.





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woofmutt
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Posted: 2010-02-23 5:49 pm   Permalink

Stuff on Paper
(Some drawing, some scribbling, and possibly a few accidental spills of paint.)

These sorts of things I do while watching TV or while I should be doing other stuff. Some of it's half assed, some of it's pert near fully assed.

The stuff here is some of the Tiki type stuff and others that could be wedged in at the edge of the tiki bar. I have a pile of other images over on the Facebook.





Envelopes which I drawed on a couple years ago. (I like drawing big teeth tikis and get all giddy and light headed when I hear bitching about big teeth tikis.)





These were addressed and never sent for lack of something to put into them. (One day I'll fill 'em with potpourri and finally get them in the mail.)




A couple postcards which will one day sail for exotic mailboxes...








A drawing with no purpose. The mask the kid is wearing is NOT Tiki.





Speaking of things NOT Tiki, here's some skulls. Admittedly skulls are typical and easy and have been overdone since Year 1. But I've been drawing them since I was a kid because it's fun to draw skulls! These drawings are a year and a few more years old and are 8 1/2x11.













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woofmutt
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From: Seattilite Telstar
Posted: 2010-02-23 5:49 pm   Permalink

ELECTRIC STUFF


I did this stuff a few years back with AppleWorks. It was my first fooling around making computer images. I found out it doesn't really save a lot of time, just makes changing colors easier. (Someone on Tiki Central said something like "Making art on the computer isn't easier, it just makes it easier for other people to rip you off.") My computer with AppleWorks frizzed up one day and I haven't done much of the really time sucking electric stuff since then.





The Primitive This is the first thing I did. I think it's OK. It's just here cuz it was first.







I did this for Dogbytes who used it on postcards or something for Tiki Oasis.







Just for kicks.







Drink up & Dry Out was a mock proposal for a fund raising Tiki mug to raise money to help fix Tikisgrl's flooded basement. (Part of the design was a small place to put an actual paper umbrella.)







Some variations on the Woofmutt logo:








Invite to a party that never happened cuz it got snowed out. In Seattle.


And here's
Almo









5/6/10Some stuff I'd completely forgot about...



Back before I had a camera I did the pics below for the once upon a time Tiki SHOUT! International Happy Hour











Halloween



The Well Mannered Cocktail theme


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woofmutt
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Posted: 2010-02-23 5:50 pm   Permalink

I have been having fun in the amazingly wonderful so cool Facebook group Jungle Mafia Dead Monkey. Because it's fun.













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GROG
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Posted: 2010-02-23 5:52 pm   Permalink

Holy crap! You actually posted ART!!

GROG was just expecting to see a photo of a big windbag.
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Posted: 2010-02-23 5:52 pm   Permalink

P.S.

 
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VampiressRN
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Posted: 2010-02-23 6:23 pm   Permalink

Well that's his 15 minutes of fame!!!!

Nice woooooofy.
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TikiMango
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Posted: 2010-02-23 6:30 pm   Permalink

I really enjoy The Green Monkey, nice work.

 
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Benzart
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Posted: 2010-02-23 6:40 pm   Permalink

Woah W Mutt, Cool stuff, I Really love the "Night Visitors" and the "Quiet Village". Amazing what you can do with found art and some neat tiki carvings!

 
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leleliz
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Posted: 2010-02-23 6:43 pm   Permalink

I love your stuff...i hope this new thread gets your creative juices flowing and posting!

 
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Sophista-tiki
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Posted: 2010-02-23 6:57 pm   Permalink

woofmutt is my favorite brand of stuff and junk.

 
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little lost tiki
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Posted: 2010-02-23 7:06 pm   Permalink

I'll say it again...
what a great batch of art
from a certified lunatic!

you really should make more art,woofie!
great cheese-n-crackers money!


 
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Posted: 2010-02-23 7:11 pm   Permalink

Your art is very cool. My favorite pieces are Log Head, Plank, all the carved foam and that green Tiki with a black frame and no name on it.

 
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Posted: 2010-02-23 8:23 pm   Permalink

heh.

 
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