I've been looking for a gentleman's type cane/walking stick, where I might be able to drill/tap the skull where there's a spot for it on the underside, and add a long lag screw/bolt to secure it to the cane, but haven't found what I'm looking for yet. If you have the right kind of vehicle, the skull would make a neat manual shifter knob too.
One of the photos shows the Collossus with some of the other skulls from County Comm, the Goliath, Titan, and Yorick, a couple with glow-in-th-dark powder and epoxy mix that I added to the eye sockets.
paracord run through the skull's jaw holes and secure it to the top of a walking staff with knot work, giving a Gaucho knot a try, and although that does work, I'd still like the added security of screwing it down into the wood, PVC, or other possible walking stick/staff/cane material...
Knot tying friend Shane Marks sent me a couple of his Rhino Ropework marlinspikes, one of each in brass and steel to try out. I've been giving both a workout tying a couple dozen Sailor's Cross Knots over the last couple of weeks.
I added knot work to both marlinspikes with 1.4mm cord, tying a few Turk's head knot variations of Gauchos and pineapple knots.
I like that they have lanyard holes at the top end, so adding a loop of cord lets me run a finger through for retention, so that I don't have to set the spike down while working with it. They also have grooves that allow adding rubber o-rings, which also offers a little extra grip.
I put the crosses on key rings, some with small LED lights and others with some P-38 and P-51 can openers on them, and gave them to my dad to distribute to some of the volunteers at the church food pantry and homeless ministry.