1. I don’t know if I can really say “I’m back,” because I’m still traveling. 
    But it does look like inspiration struck for at least a hot second. 
    Thanks for sticking around. 

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"Dream House"-Deafheaven

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    "Dream House"
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(by Van Gachnang.)

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    (by Van Gachnang.)

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  6. ithauntsme said: I miss your lyric graphics.

    Aw, I miss them too now and then. Maybe I’ll get around to making some more down the road. I’m pretty amazed I even made it to 264 though. 

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  7. Anonymous said: I believe in you

    my magic is real

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  8. Anonymous said: What supplies did or do you use to do your collages and what is the process like? Love your work by the way!

    Haha I guess currently it is “did” as I’m on the road and don’t have my supplies with me. (Very unsubtle Instagram plug if you want to see trip photos; I assure they are magical). Once I’m done traipsing all over the place I’ll probably post more. 

    Supplies are scissors, glue sticks, and old magazines or books. My favorites are national geographics from the 60s and 70s, and Life Science books. (Really not much different from collageartbyjesse, mymindisanisland, glassplanet, or my other collage heroes. If you look close enough you might see some of us use the same pieces in different ways..) 

    So then I flip through and cut or tear out anything that looks like it could be interesting, added to something else, or made to interact with something else. Sometimes I try to collage as I cut, but usually I just wait until I’ve got a bunch of good clippings. Then I just find ones I want to work with and start holding them up to different backgrounds until inspiration strikes or until something looks good. That can be the easiest or the hardest part. Once I like what I see I glue it down and then scan it in and wha-la. Magic.

    Hope that helps you start making some of your own, cheers. 

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