>Elektrik Blue Beams

>beaded 2008 Delorean time machine Back to the Future electric bead embroidery pop art Boston artist

Last night, I dug through my blue seed beads. I chose about 6 different shades of blue to use for the headlight beams on my 2008 DeLorean Time Machine. Then, I began to do some bead embroidery all around the edge of the beams.

beaded 2008 Delorean time machine Back to the Future electric bead embroidery pop art Boston artist

Since the car is actually traveling through time in this stage of my beaded Back to the Future Trilogy, the headlight beams will be electric blue and a very bright white when viewed head on. In reality, the beams of light would appear to come straight out of the car in sort of 3-dimensional way, and this is what I hope to achieve in the long run. I haven’t quite figured out how to do that yet, but I have a few ideas. We’ll see what happens… one beam at a time! 😀

(19″ x 6.5″. Beadwork in progress. Click to enlarge)
beaded 2008 Delorean time machine Back to the Future electric bead embroidery pop art Boston artist beading

13 thoughts on “>Elektrik Blue Beams

  1. >delorean….drooooolIf I had bought the delorean back when I ended up buying my 72 mustang, I would still have it.Stainless steel…..-(best Homer drool noise here)-It’s not easy moving to a new blog, but, that’s what I’m doing.The ‘Grabbing the Bull’ blog is going to be a political thing until November, and then I’m shutting it down.It’s hard to do because i have to move all the addresses to the new blog one at a time, so, here’s the deal.If you don’t agree with the political stand I’m making and don’t want your name attached to it, c’mon by and tell me and I’ll give it priority treatment.(if you don’t mind being there, or even want to contribute, tell me that, too, and I’ll leave it for the duration.In any case, the new address is at the top of the sidebar.

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