Full time artist/storyteller/film maker/oneironaut
I am an artist who has learned through independent research and development. My favourite kind of art is Fan Art and have been using this media to change the world!
So you might be wondering about the meaning behind the blue burning feather logo that you see on my videos and my website. Two of my ideas (Piplup’s blue feather and Charmander’s flame symbols on his bandana) were fused together to create “Badge of the Burning Feather”. The meaning behind the badge represents the legendary Phoenix. This bird is a symbol of Rebirth and New Beginnings. This is exactly what my art is all about, taking the ashes of something once living (newspaper, cardboard, toilet paper which all come from trees) and giving it new life. Rebirth. That is the true meaning behind this icon.
A Canadian art lover from the land of the living skies, Saskatchewan! I am a bird loving magician who is strangely obsessed with weird/creepy things. Art has always been a part of my life as I grew up with a lot of creative and gifted family members. I love shooting photography with my Canon XSi and making stock available for other artists. I also enjoy drawing as a hobby and love working with one-on-one collaborations.
When I made my first puppets (Freddy, Bonnie and Chica) I’ve had only a small amount of experience with paper sculpting, which the last one was a balloon piñata back in grade 1. I have also made some “monster machines” in grade 2 out of cardboard boxes which I kept for a long time. Because I’ve always liked being different, I wanted to make something no one has made before. I took the two ideas together to make newer and more functional “monster machines” which in this case are usable puppets which the arms and head moves and can make their mouths talk. I created 5 well known characters from an indie based horror game “Five Nights at Freddy’s” by ScottGames which children and horror aficionados can truly appreciate art in the most life like form. Plus with me being obsessed with weird and creepy things I wanted that creepy feeling to exist in my own home. I wish to display my art publicly because I want children to admire and feel inspired when they see their friends up close in person because characters are in the hearts of many children. My FNAF puppets made it to a live art gallery display which made the local news! http://sta.sh/01j94mayp7cv http://www.prairiepost.com/entertainment/arts/item/10616-southwest-open-showcases-diversity-of-local-artists.html
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