The first thing we had to do was bleach my hair so the blue dye would show more vividly.
After washing out the bleach my wife Diane sectioned off my hair to try and get a straight mohawk line. Not an easy task since I have 3 or 4 cowlicks struggling for control of my hair growth pattern at any given minute!
Diane used a nylon artists brush to apply the Special Effects Blue Haired Freak dye to my hair. After 30 minutes I washed it out. Whoa! My hair was some kind of major blue!
I thought it was a little too long for a mohawk so my Mother and Diane snipped away to try and get it the right length.
The ladies used what styling gunk they had on hand but the "hawk" wouldn't stay in place!
The next day I picked up a tube of Got2b glued spiking glue. The tube said "screaming hold". They aren't kidding! A little of this stuff and I had a gravity defying mohawk in no time. I probably could have run head long into a wall and not dented this bad boy!
I wear hats a great deal of the time and I haven't figured out how to pull that off without flattening my mohawk. It might need to be taken down another notch or two!
I love sculpting, fishing and living on Long Island near the sea.
Currently I am building a body of work of horror and dark art related themes.
My work has won numerous awards and best in show honors. It has also appeared in the pages of "Breakthrough" magazine as well as "Popular Ceramics". Both magazines had published articles written by me about my sculpting and casting techniques.
If you have any questions about my work please email me at: Bronk1126@aol.com
Thank you for your interest in my sculptures.