Thursday, December 18, 2014

King Sweater

From time-to-time Glenn plays ska or rock-a-billy with comedian Greg Behrendt.  Currently, Greg is working on a routine about trying to be a rock star in Japan in the mid-1980s as the King Sweater.  If you get a chance to see it, go. He's a funny guy.  

He ran through the act a few times in NYC, and Glenn played with him.  The layout I did with the photos I took is a departure from my normal style, but the product I used supported the underlying story.  If you know Greg, the black and white checkerboard is a pretty good fit.  

Supplies: Paper and Ephemera: BoBunny (Star Crossed); Alphas: American Crafts Thickers (Rockabye); Ink: Tim Holtz Distress Ink (pumice stone); Pens: Copic (R46); Uniball Signo (white); Spray Ink: Mister Huey's (opaque white, shine); Punches: EK Success (scallop border, 1 1/4" circle); Washi: Queen & CO.; Stencil: Prima; Other: modeling paste, misc. flowers

Process video (direct YouTube link here):

Detail shots:

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