Thanks so much! I think that taking the pictures is the most fun part! I usually take about 80 of them in different settings and poses and lighting and such. Then I choose the best 12 for ebay! I try to make them look as realistic as possible so when you see it in my hand, it is a surprise that it’s not real!!! See my new wolf in the flickr photos to the left. I just finished him and he is SIX inches tall and SEVEN inches long without the tail!!
By: gourmetfelted on September 17, 2008 at 6:08 pm
Gerry, amazing features, gorgeous colors. I bet you have a scrumptious studio filled of many colors and types of fiber! Are you creating a new felted critter every day??? I definitely need/want to put more time into this new craft. Presently when I have time to craft I am creating art out of fused glass.
Actually I have no room in here for wool! I wish that I did! It is outside in a shed. Also, I have mostly neutral colors as I do animals. I make maybe TWO sculptures per week. It took me THREE days to do the wolf that’s in my flickr pictures on the right side panel. Your glass objects are lovely. I always wanted to work with glass, but I was afraid of getting burned. It is a fascinating craft!
By: gourmetfelted on September 18, 2008 at 12:11 am