This little gem plays the Pink Panther theme song when you spin the crank. The box itself is made of mostly walnut with other woods striping the lid — oak, maple, cherry. The sound emanates from copper pipes in the way of a giant church organ. There is also a copper plate with holes drilled into it to act as a speaker screen to allow the music to float out as well. Its pretty amazing the way the music is amplified by these two styles of sautered metal designs incorporated into the top of the wooden lid.
This is the second mink skull mini compression chamber. Going for more of an “electricity” feel on this one; not so much “steam”.
Check out the first one here on day 9
Camera Cabinet –
I made this for my wife to store our cameras in.
We have it hanging up in the living room next to my gas mask girl cabinet.
She loves it. Its nice to have a safe place to store them – especially her dSLR (that’s taking this picture)! And its easy to get to so she can grab it any time to use.
The antique Brownie-esque cameras were my inspiration. So I painted & stained this one to look aged.
Literally just finished my mink skull display case.
My wife got this skull for me for Christmas. It needed a legit display case for it. I wanted to use wood and metal together.
Misc pieces I’m working on for a display case for a mink skull.