The felted and knitted pieces I chose to show for the Illustration Year Two Exhibition in Swansea.
Well done to everyone else who participated, it was all amazing work!
Rather happy that the ‘Bees in a Jar’ are sold. (Picture at the bottom)
If anyone is interested in any of the items contact me for a commission.
Knitted Red Riding Hood Doll and Felted Animals
Overall Exhibition with Me
‘Felt’ Warm Today, Knitted Steve, Sewn Bird, Knitted Red Riding Hood Doll and Bees in a Jar.
Bees In a Jar (These Got Sold!)
Come along to the exhibition here in Swansea! We second year Illustrators want to show you what we can do!
Nature is such an interesting thing to draw, and my favourite, other than wood textures, is leaves!
I hope this looks real! Done in watercolour and enhanced in a mobile photo editor app.
Spring is coming soon, I need to gather as much of whats left of winter before it disappears!
Decided to challenge myself and make a mini felted owl! This one is the size of the previous felted owls face. Surprisingly I only pricked my finger once. Here is it against my finger for scale.
Either I am telling the truth, or have a very large finger.
Created this fellow with the felting kit I had for Christmas. Isn’t it adorable?! …despite it being a little lop-sided.
100% British Wool
If you are interested in making one yourself, or another animal, then head over to http://www.craftylittlesheep.co.uk/
This website is great for books, wool and tips!
Creating this owl was my first time with the sponge mat and a single needle, instead of the brush mat and multiple needle tool.
P.S. I didn’t use all of the wool, so I got some left over to make a mini one!
Been a bit slow with updating this blog. My excuse is it’s Christmas.
Not used any filters this time to make it look better, just pure drawing.
An elephant eye done in Photoshop
Due to plagiarism I am now putting a signature on MY pieces of artwork.
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