Nerdy Crafts: Comic Book Guitar (Wonder Woman)

Hello Citizens of the Blogosphere,

Since I wasn’t able to attend SD Comic Con this year, I decided to celebrate my nerdiness in another way-by engaging in some awesome comic book craft time!

Last time I did a comic book craft on my blog, it turned out pretty cool.  If you missed it, you can check it out by clicking on the picture below.

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Nerdy DIY: Comic Book Lamp Shade

 This time around, I wanted to do something even more unique.

And thus, this mixed media geek-tar was born.

Check out the gallery below to see what I did.

I really enjoyed this project and I was pretty happy with the results.

Now all I have to do is learn how to play the guitar. 🙂

That’s all for now.

-Audrey

 

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17 thoughts on “Nerdy Crafts: Comic Book Guitar (Wonder Woman)

  1. Thanks for sharing your project on DIYGeekery! From your request I assumed it was okay to use your photos (with attribution and links of course) but please let me know if you feel otherwise…

    Love this guitar 😀

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  2. The man behind the most popular female comic book hero of all time, Wonder Woman, had a secret past: Creator William Moulton Marston had a wife — and a mistress. He fathered children with both of them, and they all secretly lived together in Rye, N.Y. And the best part? Marston was also the creator of the lie detector.

    Harvard professor and New Yorker contributor Jill Lepore reveals this and other surprising details about Marston in the new book The Secret History of Wonder Woman.

    Note lower down in the article that his mistress was editor of Family Circle magazine–the one sold in all our grocery stores!

    http://www.npr.org/2014/10/27/359078315/the-man-behind-wonder-woman-was-inspired-by-both-suffragists-and-centerfolds

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