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Brian Griffin
United States
I have been a professional artist for about 6 years. I work with leather, metal, resin castings and quite a few other materials.

Most of my work is for sale, and quite a few are what I call "production works". They can be reproduced for sale. I also make custom props for film and theater.

If you have a need for my work, please contact me at BGandAssoc@yahoo.com

or my etsy store at

www.etsy.com/shop/GriffinLeath…

Current Residence: San Jose CA
Favourite genre of music: Vast, But I hate rap.
Favourite photographer: Thomas Weir
Favourite style of art: What is good.
Skin of choice: Cow
Favourite cartoon character: Ren and Stimpy
Personal Quote: If you have done it once, you can do it a thousand times.
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I posted the first attempt at the full sized skeleton torso with skull backpack in leather. Not overly pleased with it but I am in un charted waters. I will post more and add to the journal as time permits.

I also want to add that the process I put the leather through did not work as well as past projects. And I might add that the leather is not vacuum formed. If it were that easy, every one and their mother could do it. It takes hours to get the proper shape from the leather.

Brian
  • Listening to: My better Angles
  • Reading: Lots of things that interest me
  • Watching: Life unfold
  • Playing: Stay alive
  • Eating: The best foods I can
  • Drinking: Some things I should not

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Rushfordleathercraft Featured By Owner Jul 22, 2014  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Absolutely amazing work!! How in the world do you get the leather so for fit to your molds!! i could stand to take a lesson from you for sure !
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GriffinLeather Featured By Owner Jul 22, 2014
Thank you. Very kind of you to say so.
It took me several months to develop my technic for forming leather. I had to throw out the old tried and true methods and start anew. 
And I consider it a work in progress.
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Rushfordleathercraft Featured By Owner Jul 23, 2014  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Your welcome. I've only been playing with leather since last november, and since then, i've even realising i'm an artsy kinda guy, who knew? lol. If your ever in vancouver, or decide to host an online lesson, sign me up!
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GriffinLeather Featured By Owner Jul 28, 2014
Thats cool. Keep at it. Especially if you enjoy it. 
I also own half of a company that has 2 retail stores, and that takes up a great deal of my time. So in short I have no plans to teach anytime soon. 
But I may do some on line vids and will post it in my journal.
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purplenothing Featured By Owner Jun 10, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Thank You! :)
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