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Cerberus & The Wicked Black Hatter Carriage 

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This is the media that I started with. Because I was designing on the fly not all of it made it into the project. I also added props along the way. What can I say, that's just how us designers roll.


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The doors, (not operational) were made from popsicle sticks and dowels. The handles are a piece of wire. The faux hinges are pieces from an actual hinge. The curtains were made from black guaze.The lanterns were made using a battery operated tealight candle and a bottle decanter that once held a message.


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The carriage seat is a little rough, but I was designing on the fly, and had no idea what I was doing. The next one will be better. It is made using a foam sheet, carboard roll, wire, and popsicle sticks. 

The wheels are made from kitchen sink strainers, foam balls, and foam window caulking.


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Other than adding gauze around the brim of the driver's hat, he came as is. Oh, but I did have to break his pointer fingers and reattach them so that he could hold onto the reins. 


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As a multidisciplinary artist and explorer of the arts, I find inspiration in the oddest of places. Besides the pumpkin and the hat, I made everything else using recycled materials. 


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The trunk, (operational) was made from thin pieces of wood. However, the hinges on the top are faux. The actually working hinge is a piece of foam sheet that is attached to the underside of the lid and the back panel. The handle is a dowel with beads at the end. The lock is functional.


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Cerberus came as is, but I made the harness using dowels, beads, a foam sheet, and thin leather straps.

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