Inspired by replies on my earlier post: In which Ben Whishaw is a third Holmes brother. Bond goes to the palace to rescue Q’s brother. The naked man in a bed sheet is definitely not what he expected.
I think someone must have made this kind of thing already but still.
Sometimes it’s hard to say no. Ultimately, if you stick to your guns, you have the career that you want. Don’t get me wrong. I love a good payday and I’ll do films for fun. But ultimately my main goal is to do good work. If it doesn’t pay well, so be it. — Philip Seymour Hoffman
The little Viking crib is complete (thanks to my wife for sewing up the sail)! A lot of work, but I’m happy with the way it came out. The pictures don’t show it, but 5 coats of hand rubbed tung-oil type rubbing varnish really made the wood grain pop plus gave it a deep golden tone with iridescent highlights. I built little frames and used existing mount holes for the Viking add-on pieces so I didn’t damage the basic crib; that way I can easily remove or change the theme at a later date. The sea-serpent head is birch with maple, walnut, mahogany and oak inlay and overlays. The shields are birch with oak bosses. I used my Dremel tool to cut 1/32” deep grooves to define the patterns then used wood dye to color them. Thor’s Hammer shield is overlaid with mahogany and the rivets around the outside are oak dowel stock set and glued into drilled holes.
I need one just like this for when I have children.
Name a british actor who has never been in drag.
GO ON, DO IT.
I DARE YOU.
Tom Hiddleston? (Yes, this is a blatant plead for somebody more resourceful than me to dig up some photos of Hiddles in a dress, because I bet he would look SMOKING HOT in a dress)