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Monthly Archives: March 2012
Inspiration Springs Forth! …and choices are made.
Our early spring weather is making indoor work difficult but it’s also providing loads of inspiration… My self-imposed schedule says I have 4 more weeks of detail felting work before I need to move on to the finishing phase. Right … Continue reading
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Reflections at the Midway Point
I’ve been researching a comment I made in my last post—about perhaps being a pioneer by using industrial felt as a needle- and wet-felting canvas. I’m more convinced this is true. So I’m thinking about appropriate names for the process. … Continue reading
The Painting Process… and a bit of history
I’m madly at work on needle felting backgrounds. I’ve finished the exterior backgrounds and have started on the interiors. It’s somewhat tedious work but necessary since it will provide an overall cohesive look to the final design elements. One tool … Continue reading
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The “Painter’s” Tools
The “Brushes” Being an accident-prone person (see The Blog Lives!), “painting” with needle-felting needles is taking a risk! These aren’t the soft brushes of the typical painter. In fact, they are quite the opposite. They are extremely sharp needles with … Continue reading
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