Wednesday, April 27, 2016

making faces



I was working on an idea for a class the other day. I wanted to make some little figures inspired by the little children that help nature get its start in the spring...root children, blumenkind, bulb babies...

I ended up with simpler features on the final pieces, but not before making a few faces first.


I was fun to watch the features on these little faces change as I needled into them. I've never done faces before, but I can see the appeal.




These little flower pot children have landed in my shop, and a class for beginning needle-felters will be coming soon.


6 comments:

lynn bowes said...

Dar. Ling.

Ariadne said...

So sweet!These would make a lovely Mother's Day gift too!AriadnefromGreece!

Rhymes With Magic said...

I need my first attempts to look like your first attempts. Then I could be considered accomplished. :)

Quinn said...

You do amazing work. So much individuality in each little face! Are the eyes painted, or are they also felted?

Lisa at lil fish studios said...

Thank you everyone!

Quinn - they are also felted. :)

Quinn said...

Amazing!
Thanks for your reply :)

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