DIY Shark belt

I show you in five steps how to do very easily a photo based belt for yourselft!

1. Choose a picture.

2. You need a belt with a flat buckle. I had a little deep surface so first of all you have to fix it. You can put some layers of paper by simple glue. Check the buckle size (mm x mm) and add this size to your image and print on an adhesive paper.

3. Cut out and stick it.

4. Important part! You have to cover the image by a plastic foil to save it from dirt and water what you get when you wear something. In a paper shop you can buy a simple transparent adhesive foil glossy or matte. I chose matte. When you cut leave it bigger to have a safety area because when you stick it also to the sides of the buckle the water can't reach the image easily.  

5. Its done!



Ladies and Gentlemen it's time to invite you in the bubbly-dangerous world of Zothmund.





LUNCH BOX Black Edition

I bought a new body, stickers and chrome wheels from the US for my radio control car the 1:12 Tamiya Lunch BOX. I have spent a lot of f. days by painting the body to reach the black shining beauty there are like 7-8 layers on it. After I fixed the stickers and the lightings and went out to chaaaase the dog!



Zothmund OST ™

I am so glad to share the original soundtrack of my graduation film called Zothmund. It was made by Gergely Buttinger who is just like a great composer!!! My instruction was for him to create a classical music enviroment by a fearful-adventure themes which remind us any sharks like the Jaws however not to be similar. I guess it was a hard job but he did his best in my point of view.


Homemade AT-AT Imperial Walker ©

The Imperial Walker one of the most characteristic star wars figure in my opinion. I loved to do it.
The first step I was looking around some wood boards and I just cut them.

The glue gun is a really useful tool everybody should have it.

So the base is ready now we have to find a lot of little stuffes. As usual I have a big box of everything useless things but in this case I used a strong paper for cover the wooden body.

The eye of the walker is a cut out rear bicycle lamp which is transparent. I glued an aluminium foil behind it and left a hole so the light from the top can go inside and the foil gives a reflection soooo this lamp is looked glowing.
Of course after that I painted the all body and made a black board from two cd cases.

It's done in 3 days paid the grey paint 1.200 Ft is 4.00 €.