Posted 08 Mar 2017. Tagged
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Posted 08 Mar 2017. Tagged
A wearable version of the beautiful white Jaguar owned by Andy MacFarlane of The Twilight Sad.
These are US$30 each, and $10 from every sale of this pendant will go to Yorkhill Children’s Hospital in Glasgow.
These pendants are MADE TO ORDER – I do not keep them in stock, so please allow up to two weeks for me to create and ship out your tiny guitar. :)
Made from polymer clay with birch veneer on the neck for strength. Varnished in water-resistant polyurethane. Each comes with an 18″ nickel-plated ball chain (not pictured).
This is my tiny version of Mike Vennart’s very unique Stratocaster.
I am very pleased to announce that, with Mike’s permission, I am now selling these handmade miniatures as necklaces (or wall hangings, or whatever)…. and a large portion of every sale will go to help Mike’s hero, Tim Smith, of Cardiacs. Tim was hit hard by major medical problems in the past few years, and we are very keen to help him with the huge costs of care.
If anyone is interested in having a wee bit of artwork to show their love for the inimitable Vennart, and helping out a friend at the same time, each of these is US$40 (due to the very very intricate paint job that I do by hand each time), and $15 per sale will go on to help Tim Smith.
Also, please support Mike directly by ordering his NEW ALBUM or a shirt or three!!! XX
I had a few requests to make Matt Bellamy’s WarChild charity auction guitar into a necklace. And I posted it on Twitter and things kind of exploded. heh!
I have added this pendant to my Etsy shop, and I will make them as they are ordered – please allow up to three weeks for me to create the tiny guitar and mail it out. This one is quite difficult to paint.
Each pendant is $40US – with half going to WarChild in honour of Matt’s contribution, and the other half covering my own costs and shipping.
Please note that this has nothing to do with Manson, Muse or Matt Bellamy himself – he’s probably seen it by now thanks to the internets, but no one is endorsing this. I am merely making a good thing out of my crafting abilities. :)
Welcome to the new version of frenziedsilence dot com. It had been several years since I put a new layout on this thing, and my eyes can no longer handle reading white text on black background. Hopefully this new design is easier on everyone. Not to mention its lack of site-wide graphics for improved load time.
I’ve also changed the page URLs, so they are simpler to remember.
The Twilight Sad played two gigs in Portland yesterday, and I had the pleasure of chatting with the guys for a bit after each. I had drawn a portrait of James, and gave it to him after the first show, a small acoustic session at a local record shop. James is absolutely gracious and kind. And contrary to what he said, he is definitely NOT “an ugly bastard”.