Tweet Themery: Steampunk Starting with the theme Steampunk as the first official installment of this category is mainly due to my own obsession with the genre, plus my own inability to stop reading Girl Genius (awesome comic by the way). The dirtier Victorian overall feel really does inspire me, and the look for general design is fun and relatively easy to accomplish.
Tweet Image © Holly Norris If you have been around long enough you have seen the American Apparel advertisements. With a heavy voyeuristic 1970’s era porn feel, and hyper-sexual imagery. They also manage to work in a whole ‘real person’ manifesto to their campaigns, all purporting to use everyday employees as opposed to models (which has of course been proven false time and time again, but no
Tweet One of the most popular instructions on this website is my Tutorial on How To Make a Zombie Doll. While I’ll confess that I’m still kicking myself for not using a better image (I’m working on a revamped version that will be posted soon), there are some other things you can make depending on what you keep in the image. By covering up certain parts, below are just some
Tweet Okay, honestly it’s a crummy title but a really awesome widget. The Paradox9.com Two-Line T Shirt Maker (look at the sidebar, or even grab it from here: Two Line T Shirt Widget)is the easiest way known* by me to make your very own custom t shirt (there may be more coming up, aside from t shirts, at least). So, how exactly can one use
Tweet Not to long ago on this website there was a post about awesome geeky items, and really there is definitely no end for the sweet geekery that you can find online. In that vein, here is more handmade geeky awesomeness. While looking for some goodies for another article altogether I found a few things that inspired this article (because this blogger gets distracted like that).
Tweet There are some new paper designs in the brand new destination for the shop! It was moved so it now has it’s very own address, and you can now find it at shop.paradox9.com. All of the other papers are there, including the much loved damask. Below is a small sampling of what you can