Applying whites as a base for dark purples for the colour to show well on black leather. This process takes a number of coats and time before it’s finished.
Made a couple of my favorites ♡
Materials: felt, glue, acrylic (for 1st boy), jeans (2nd boy)
Going to do more if possible :з
The face of an angel
#BeCreative & #BeSafe
Movie Monday - Mar 30th, 2020
“Best Movie Mixtape”
“*aka - BEST SOUNDTRACK*”:
**A Top 10 List**:
* Disclaimer - Because the best way to Kick off a Highly Arguable Topic is a Declaration of Disclaims:
- Soundtracks highlighting Singular Artists: So Sayonara Purple Rain, A Star is Born (2019), and Toy Story 1 and 2 - We all know Prince is King, Gaga is a Unicorn, and Randy Newman looks a Wal-Mart Greeter with Jazzy Windpipes but We are looking for a Perfect Movie Mixtape.
- Musicals: Sorry, West Side Story, Grease, and The Greatest Showman - We promise to watch you on VH1 this weekend.
- Story Specific Song Soundtracks: LL Cool J can host a Lip Sync Battle between Aladdin and Princess Anna as soon as Disney’s copyright expires in about 70years.
- Soundtracks Highlighting Musical Groups/Bands: That Thing You Do, Straight Outta Compton, and Bohemian Rhapsody - We will Sing Your Tunes again at the Top of our Lungs when the shades are pulled and we are all alone in our home.
- Pure Score Soundtracks: John Williams, We love what you did for Star Wars and Indiana Jones but we need a little more verbal queues.
- Instrumental Soundtracks: We are talking to you Kubrick. *
Some Quick History - The First commerical Soundtrack came from Walt Disney’s Snow White and the Seven Dwarves (also the first time Disney milked his creation for all they are worth) in 1937. The first Instrumental/Score Soundtrack didn’t drop until 1942’s Rudyard Kipling’s Jungle Book (NOT the Disney version). The first Pop Song Heavy soundtrack was birthed with a Short Experimental Film called Scorpio Rising in 1963 - it had no written dialogue and used music from Elvis, Ray Charles, and more to carry the story. Some reports go on to say the One of the First (but Not the First) Mainstream Full Length Feature film to pair with a Pop Soundtrack was Easy Rider (1969 - starring Jack Nicholson and Dennis Hopper) and ever since cinema has been churning out the Movie Mixtapes like Duckie.
So, Hop in Your Whip, Roll Down the Tint, and Get Ready to Bop because Here is My Comprehensive List of Best Movie Soundtracks Hits:
Over the last 3 weeks I have researched, reviewed, heard, and discussed almost 100 different Soundtracks and Boy are my Ears Tired!
#10: Suicide Squad
Mostly Rap and Hip-Hop this Soundtrack totally makes up for the film which was lacking. This album is filled with tasy tunes and collabs from Lil’ Wayne, Imagine Dragons, Action Bronson, Logic, Rick Ross, Rick James, Skrillex, Eminem, and even Etta James. One of the Best Things to come out of DC.
Bust out your White Jacket and Driving Gloves cause we have a Synthesizer worth Cruisin’ To.
#8: The Big Chill
WHAT! You haven’t seen The Big Chill? Yeah, I believe it. The movie is probably not on many peoples minds but The Big Chill is an appropriate description of the soundtrack- Motown Heavy Hits to Cozy up to. Chill with The Temptations, Marvin Gaye, and Aretha Franklin.
#7: Garden State
Extra! Extra! Pretentious Indie Flick makes Good with Pretentious, Yet Still Enjoyable, Indie Soundtrack! Mellow Out and Brood with The Shins, Cold Play, and Simon and Garfunkel.
#6: (500) Days of Summer
A more upbeat Garden State-esque Soundtrack - (500) Days of Summer experiences the Highs and Lows of being in love. You also fall in love with hits from Regina Spektor, The Smiths, Hall and Oates, and even stylings from the Leading Lady, Zooey Deschanel.
#5: Guardians of the Galaxy
Peter Quill’s Mom was not Joking when she dubbed her cassette “Awesome Mix Vol. 1”. An oddball movie that makes an odd pairing of music which gleefully works. Bring on the Blues Suede, David Bowie, and The Jackson 5 to name a few.
#4: Dirty Dancing
Oh yeah, this soundtrack will take you back. Flit and Sashay Away your Day with the buzz and hums of Bruce Channel, The Blow Monkeys, and an Original Diddy sung by Patrick Swayze himself.
#3: Dazed and Confused
You know what I like about this Soundtrack, Man? I Get Older, It Stays The Same…This Soundtrack is Your Personal Time Machine to 1976 with (Now Classic) Rock of ZZ Top, Kiss, Ted Nugent, Leonard Skynyrd, The Runaways, Deep Purple, and Black Sabbath.
#2: 50 Shades of Grey
I know! I am shitting my pantaloons with this one - to be honest this was almost my #1 Spot. 50 Shades gives us a Smooth Soundtrack featuring The Weekend, Ellie Goulding, Beyonce, Sia, and even Frank Sinatra - but what’s keeping 50 Shades from the Top Spot… It’s just a little too chill - Imma gonna need a little more Foreplay for Everyday Play.
AND FOR OUR #1 MOVIE MIXTAPE…
Drum Roll, Please…
#1: Deadpool 2:
Don’t Count Out Deadpool. Sure it seems like it would be Rough and Tough Soundtrack, but Deadpool makes it easy for us to get in tuned with our Soft and Vunerable side as well - a Perfect Mix of Dubstep, Rap, Ballads, and Pop.
Full Track List (Red/Italics Tracks are Bonus Tracks from the Deluxe Soundtrack):
- Ashes (from “Deadpool 2” Motion Picture Soundtrack) - Celine Dion
- Welcome to the Party - Lil Pump, French Montana, Diplo
- You Can’t Stop This Motherf**ker (Choir Only Mix (from “Deadpool 2”)) - Tyler Bates
- Deadpool Rap (X-Force Remix (from “Deadpool 2”))
- Nobody Speak - Run The Jewels, DJ Shadow
- In Your Eyes - Peter Gabriel
- Take on Me (MTV Unplugged - Summer Solstice) - A-ha
- If I Could Turn Back Time - Cher
- 9 to 5 - Dolly Parton
- All Out of Love - Air Supply
- We Belong (Single Version) - Pat Benatar
- Tomorrow - Alicia Morton
- Mutant Convoy - Tyler Bates
- Bangarang - Skrillex, Sirah
- Ashes - Jordan Smith
- Love Hurts - The Osborne Brothers
- Fight Dirty - Guignol
- Fly Like an Eagle- The Steve Miller Band
Honorable Mention BONUS SOUNDTRACK:
- #11: Space Jam