I’m happy to announce that after about a year of development, I’m finally able to offer the Leonids on my online shop. I’m very proud of these bad boys. I’ve talked about them at length on earlier posts so I won’t go into another frenzied rant about how badass this ring is. In fact, I think the word is out considering I’ve sold a lot of preorders and its been hard to keep up.
Check out the website for more details and ordering information. Thanks to all of you for being so patient as this one was put together.
Back to custom skull ring land. Had two projects I wanted to share. The first was for Joe, a marine and all-around badass pirate based out of Florida who wanted an aged, darkened, tribute to Keith Richards.
That’s a King Skull frame with a lot of custom features around the brow and mouth. I’ve also added some custom script. In many ways, the King Skull is already a tribute to Keith Richard’s skull ring (his original done by Courts and Hackett) since the profile lines were inspired by their original design. They don’t look much alike, but what my design borrows most is the philosophy that the skull ring should look its best from the 3/4 or even side angle and the rings lines should all be driven by the shape made by the crest from the temple up to the top of the skull. This is how the King Skull was designed.
The Voodoo rings are a different story altogether and I just recently completed a customized Big Voodoo for a graduating high school senior.
I’ve done a few class rings and I love making ’em. Why settle for one of those shitty looking dome rings? They’re expensive as hell and every asshole in the world from middle school on up through graduate study has the same exact look to their academic jewelry. Welp…happy to say that this bad boy is a one-of-a-kind.
Don’t forget, the skull ring is a symbol for intellect and our human ability to reason. Perfect for a scholar, right?
Anyway, I’m back into the wax dust for a few projects that promise to be pretty outstanding. Things are slow-going right now as I’m working on a number of long term projects that are eating into my time a bit, but shoot me an email at email@example.com if you have any ideas you want to bat around.
And one last thing….and please don’t take this the wrong way because I love every single one of my clients…but for fuckssake please leave your email address when you fill out the forms on my website. At least five times a week I get “Hey, let me know if I can get one of these rings in a size 12. Thanks!” No name. No contact information. So to answer THAT question, I guess I’d have to say “No, you can’t.”
Just leave your email, okay? I’m not going to spam you. I don’t have the time or energy to put together any kind of newsletter.