Tuesday, 1 June 2010

No 4, A little Paint

Batons cut and hot glued in place, acrylic paint applied.
The Cheshire Cat, caused such self doubt when I was painting him as I find it very hard to position the brushes on 3D objects, with my loss of vision and subsequent perspective, but got there in the end.

They will be a lot more colourful, once I've added their ribboned collars and charms. I was working towards creating a whole bunch of these on The Alice in Wonderland theme, with a larger model for the reveal for The 2nd ADO Challenge( Sign up Today, and runs till July 8th, reveal then through the following weekend on all the participating blogs. Sadly I had forgottened how long these little guys take to make. Still, I will try and see what and Who I can make before the challenge runs its course.
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13 comments:

Sonia ;) said...

Linda they look great..loss of vision? dont make me worry...Ok tough I will worry about a friend I admire.

xoxoxoxoxox

MarZel said...

They should also be apart of the mad hatters tea in June!! I sure hope so! Great Work!!

MarZel said...

They should also be apart of the mad hatters tea in June!! I sure hope so! Great Work!!

Carol Anne Strange said...

Just fabulous, Linda. They are coming alive! :) xx

DeLaRenaissance said...

Oh Linda...these are fantastic!!!

I'll I've had time to paint is signs, with a little shield painting thrown in for distraction! :0)

Gail H. Ragsdale said...

Love the teeth on the Cheshire Cat :)

BluMoon said...

These are wonderful Linda, can I ask what you make them from?
Jackie

Linda said...

Thank you all for the great comments, keeps you going on bad days :)
Sonia, relax, the brain tumor destroyed the optic nerves in my left eye, when my right eye gets tired, I find it harder to cope with the messed up perspectic. :)
Jackie, they are made from Eberhard Paper Clay, they come in packets approx 4x8" and 3/4" thick 250g. 8.81ozs,£5-65p. Just as you get used to something here, they stop stocking it, the next two packets after the one I have will beFimo Air Light, same size except its £6.50p a pack. The paper clay has been brilliant, it doesnt go far if you make solid objects, but you could model on a foam or paper base.

Linda said...

Perspective, my spelling gets no better. :)

Róisín said...

These Alice folks keep getting more and more wonderful. I love your work missus!

Faerie Moon Creations said...

Linda, these are just AMAZING! I am sorry to hear of your loss of vision, but it is obviously not affecting your great talent. Just beautiful-can't wait to see them finished! Theresa

Donna said...

Hi Linda, Just wanted to let you know that you won my Followers Are Special Giveaway for this month. :o) You won as a follower of Comin' Home..my homemaking blog. I think you follow my sewing blog too, but it happened that your number came up on the homemaking one. www.donnacarolscreations.blogspot.com.

I'll be posting today the prizes to choose from and it will be first come first pick. So I thought I'd let you know. Just send me an email with your address if you want one of the prizes.

homemaking@eastex.net

Linda said...

Thank you Donna, How kind and generous of you. Linda:)

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