This skull is mounted onto the trailer hitch whenever I'm not using it.
Here are two photos of a skull that I'm currently working on.
On the left is the gear shift knob before I put steel on the bottom. The right is one of the handle bar ends. I have leather straps hanging from them now.
On the left is the gear shift knob again. I molded it from clay, baked it, and added Halloween teeth, crystal eyes and nose. Then covered it with epoxy. The tongue stud and eye centers are earrings I got from the Ol'Lady. On the right is the back of the gas pedal. It used to be a Halloween mug.
Here is one of my mud flaps. I used a Halloween mask as a mold. I stole the Ol'Lady's cooking spray (Pam) and sprayed the inside of the mask. I then started laying fiberglass. In the thick areas, I used a combination of chopped up matting, cloth and cotton balls. Believe it or not, the cotton balls worked really well. They soaked up the resin, but left a hallow center. That made it strong, but lighter than if I used just matting.
This was mounted on the back of the trailer after our truck finally died.
This is a gas tank skull I've made years ago.
This site is intended solely for the purpose of sharing photos and information about my trike with people I have supplied this URL to.
If you got here without me supplying you this URL (ie. random Google search), you may still look around if you like. If you see something you do not like, then GO AWAY.
The information provided on this site may or may not be correct, so use at your own risk.
If you need to contact me, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
If I feel like answering your questions, I will. If I don't, I wont.
That's just how it is.